‘Extraordinary’: Lewandowski loves £16m man West Ham missed out on


Barcelona forward Robert Lewandowski has labeled Poland team-mate Jakub Kiwior an “extraordinary” talent after Premier League outfit West Ham United failed to make a £10m bid in the summer, in quotes translated by Citta della Spezia and Tuttomercatoweb.

Spezia may have retained the services of the 22-year-old beyond the summer window, but whether they can do the same again in January remains to be seen.

Kiwior is closing in on a potential £16m move to Serie A champions AC Milan, according to reports. The former MSK Žilina man would join Rafael Leao, Sandro Tonali, Fikayo Tomori, Charles de Ketelaere et al. Rossoneri The side that won the Scudetto campaign was built on the foundations laid by a group of highly talented young players.

In short, he would be in good company at San Siro.

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Jakub Kiwior could join AC Milan after a £10m bid for West Ham failed

“O Lord, listen to me: this is a real player!” Lewandowski says of Kiwor, who earned his fourth Poland cap in Sunday’s 1-0 UEFA Nations League win over Wales.

“I noticed it during the warm-up before the Netherlands game (2-0 defeat last week). I asked, ‘But who is he’? Then I saw him in the game. Extraordinary. Really big potential.”

West Ham finally brought in Thilo Kehrer from Paris Saint-Germain after he resigned from the Kiwior in August. And while the Germany international has made a few notable mistakes so far – an own goal against Tottenham and a penalty against Brighton – Kehrer already appears to have formed an impressive partnership with Kurt Zouma in David Moyes’ heartland. back line.

Kehrer was arguably West Ham’s best player during the 1-0 loss at Everton before the international break.

“Surprisingly, I can already see Thilo Kehrer performing in the dressing room,” Moyes says of the former Schalke youngster. “Big personality, big voice.”

“I said that the players need time to adapt. And it might sound like a manager’s excuse, but actually I think he’s adapted really well.

“He had a few moments but you have to say he came in and played well and showed in the dressing room that he has a voice and is trying to help the players.

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