Moussa Dembele has been one of the hottest properties in European football after having been able to help his current club side Celtic to the Scottish Premiership title in the last season. He was instrumental for them throughout the last term, helping them to win the Scottish Cup and Scottish League Cup as well.

His performance made a number of heads turn in the last term, as it attracted interests from quite a few clubs who have been looking to bag the player for the next season. The list includes names including the likes of Premier League clubs Chelsea as well, who have narrowly missed out on their top summer target Romelu Lukaku, with the Belgian making a move out of Finch Farm to join the Red Devils in the next season.

However, the English champions might face stern competition from fellow Premier League side West Ham United, who are looking for a number of changes to be brought into their side, especially their strikers Andy Carroll and Diafra Sakho, who have been far from their best form in the last term. Slaven Bilic, the current man in charge at the London Stadium is looking forward to offloading them, given they get good offers, and bring in someone like Dembele to spearhead their attack for the next season.

West Ham United have been through quite a rough time in the last twelve months in terms of results. The Hammers might be looking forward to a better season in the next term, and are hoping that they can get one marquee signing under their belt in the form of Moussa Dembele.

Dembele is known for his shot-making and scoring goals at tandem for his side. He has made 46 appearances in all for his side Celtic in the last season and has netted 32 goals for the Hoops, making him one of the most dangerous strikers in the current scenario. He has a predator’s instinct in front of the goal for his team and is looking to make his record even more impressive in the upcoming season.

The former Fulham striker, who has been a sensation in his very first season at the Celtic Park, can be a prized signing for the Hammers if they can manage his signature for the next season. His pace and prowess can be the perfect inspiration for the London club to make a strong start in the next season in the Premier League.

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