West Ham United are reportedly interested in Noa Lang, with Club Brugge ready to sell the attacker for £30 million.

According to Caught Offside, Club Brugge could sell Noa Lang for £30 million. West Ham United are interested in the Dutch international. The 23-year-old attacker was on the radars of many clubs in the summer, but the interest seems to have waned off a bit.

Noa Lang missed the boat in the summer to join a club outside Belgium. Some notable clubs enquired about his availability. The winger was ready to move, but Club Brugge’s asking price might have prevented a move.

The 23-year-old attacker is reportedly ready to take his chances in January and try another challenge. While the interest from the summer window may have waned, a few teams are still interested in him.

Fabrizio Romano has reported on Lang’s situation, insisting Club Brugge may have wanted £20-25 million for his signature. However, the price seems to have gone up heading into January as the Belgian giants are now demanding a fee of around £30 million for the winger.

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While the Italian journalist did not mention specific suitors for the 23-year-old attacker, West Ham United are reportedly interested in the Dutchman. David Moyes could make suitable changes to his attacking lineup in January, which could involve a few signings and possibly a sale.

The Hammers do not have the deepest of transfer budgets, but the club stepped up in the summer to make some big deals. Moyes managed to sign Gianluca Scamacca and Lucas Paqueta to bolster his attacking force and remains open to adding to his squad in January.

Following a rather disastrous start to their domestic season, Moyes is under tremendous pressure to improve. The January transfer window could not have come at a better time, considering there is ample time before it amid the World Cup to plan for new arrivals.

Lang could be a good option for the goal-shy Hammers, as the 23-year-old attacker could add much-needed energy in the final third. Whether the price suits West Ham remains the question, but with the value, he would bring, the club could make the investment.

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