West Ham United manager David Moyes is already planning ahead for next season with moves for FC Metz midfielder Vincent Thrill and FC Twente stopper Joel Drommel on the cards, according to a report.
The Express hints that the Hammers are eyeing the duo in an apparent double swoop that would see the youngsters arrive at the London Stadium this summer.
Thrill, 18, is under contract with the Ligue 1 outfit until the summer of 2019, meaning that unless Les Grenats tie their protege down to a new contract soon, West Ham could bag him on a cut-price deal.
Meanwhile, 6ft 3in Drommel is also out of terms next summer.
Football Insider verdict:
Thrill has already broken into the Metz first team this season and has made a handful of appearances for the French top-flight side – four in total. Already a full international for Luxembourg, the youngster is similar to Manuel Lanzini in terms of his ability to carry the ball at opposition defences, making him an exciting prospect. As for Drommel – it seems clear that Moyes is uncertain about his current options in goal, and with Joe Hart’s loan deal expiring and unlikely to be extended this summer, a move into the market for a stopper would make sense. However at 21, the FC Twente stopper lacks experience and if there’s a position the Hammers need know-how, then it’s in the net.
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