Sébastien Haller’s sale to Ajax in the winter market has left West Ham United with limited options up front.
According to the Telegraph, David Moyes is carefully studying the options to replace Haller, while the Hammers manager is also willing to wait until the summer ‘for the right player’.
The English newspaper also explained West Ham have admired FC Copenhagen’s Jonas Wind for a long time.
Wind came through the ranks of the Danish club’s youth system before finding his way into their first team in 2018.
Since the start of last season, the forward has managed 17 goals and four assists in all competitions.
Bold.dk state the 21-year-old has not heard ‘anything about West Ham being interested’ in him. The website even interviewed Wind and asked him about the latest rumours linking him to the Premier League side.
“No, I have not heard of it. I’d rather not comment on those rumours because there are many coming,” he said.
“There are of course many clubs that catch your eye when you start doing well, but I don’t really think about the various rumours.
“There will probably be even more, and it probably hasn’t been the last, so I don’t really relate to that. It is very nice to read and see what happens, but otherwise there is not so much to say about it.”
Last September, Wind signed a new deal with Copenhagen and his contract runs until 2025.
His plan is to stay with Copenhagen until the summer of 2022, but the Dane admitted things could progress fast if he continues to do well at club level.