Maximilian Hahn is reportedly on the verge of becoming a member of the Hammers from Germany as the brand new head of scouting and evaluation.
Regardless of their shock FA Cup exit after dropping to Bristol Metropolis 1-0 earlier within the week, David Moyes’ aspect are having an important season each domestically and on the continent.
They sit sixth within the Premier League desk and have assured themselves passage into the knockout levels of the Europa League.
They’re making an attempt to make additional recruitments to the membership this January window however should not simply concentrating on gamers.
In keeping with a report from German outlet BILD through Hammers Information, they’re on the verge of appointing Maximilian Hahn as their new ‘head of technical scouting and evaluation’ in the beginning of February.
The report claims that the 28-year-old who’s at present working at Werder Bremen is a ‘prime skilled’ and excels in scouting via information and evaluation.
Studies emerged on Friday that the London membership had been taken with a mortgage transfer for Emile Smith-Rowe though these have been performed down since then.
A brand new midfielder is clearly on the shortlist as Manchester Metropolis’s Kalvin Phillips is one other identify who emerged on Friday.