The 13-goal forward responds to West Ham’s reported interest; president wants £ 85million
Spartak Moscow forward Jordan Larsson is flattered by the reported interest from West Ham United and Borussia Dortmund heading into the summer transfer window, as he put it. Fotbolskalanen.
Son of Henrik, Celtic and Barcelona legend, Larsson Jr certainly shares his father’s nose for a goal.
In 26 appearances, the Sweden international has found the net 13 times in the Russian Premier League this season.
With Goal suggesting that Dortmund have identified Larsson as a potential successor to a certain Erling Haaland, it’s hard to imagine a better compliment that can be paid to a potential young forward by the bucket charge.
The report adds that David Moyes’ West Ham is also interested.
Larsson, a mobile center-forward who learned his trade at Barcelona’s famous La Masia academy, would certainly give the Hammers a more natural option down the middle, although Jarrod Bowen and Michail Antonio deserve just as much credit for the way they perform. are matched to an unknown number. nine role this season.
“It’s always fun to be mentioned among these big clubs,” Larsson said when asked about these links between West Ham and Dortmund.
“But I don’t want to talk too much about it. I give it to my agent, but it is clear that it is flattering.
“We’ll see what (Spartak) wants; If they want me to stay or if they want to sell me. We haven’t got there yet, but my ambition is to develop myself and play as high as possible.
“If there is something good that is attractive enough, you have to listen.”
Obviously, Larsson will be looking at every offer that comes his way this summer.
Securing a Champions League berth for the first time would undoubtedly give West Ham hope of luring the young London stadium forward with an almighty shot in the arm.
Speaking earlier this year, Spartak chairman Leonid Fedun admitted that Barcelona are keen to bring back Larsson, whom he values at £ 85million, to Camp Nou (Sun).
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