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West Ham boss Moyes turns to Napoli outcast Milik

West Ham boss David Moyes is in the market for a new striker.

Corriere Dello Sport says Michail Antonio's injury problems and Sebastien Haller's unreliability mean Moyes is in the market for a new striker.

Polish international Arkadiusz Milik is the man Moyes wants to bring to East London, with West Ham leading the race to sign Milik amid interest from Tottenham.

The report states the Hammers hold the edge over Spurs in the race for Milik, as he would have to be backup to Harry Kane were he to move to North London.

Milik has bagged 38 goals in 93 Serie A games for Napoli, and has also played 56 times for Poland.

Milik's contract at Napoli expires in the summer, meaning he could be available in January for the cut-price fee of just £9million.

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