According to ExWHUEmployee, West Ham are keen on bringing in Noa Lang from Club Brugge. The source states that the January window is likely to be too soon for the club, given their large spending over the summer. This means that they will be looking to bring in the Dutch winger in the summer of 2023.
Lang lost his place in the side following his discussion with the club around his desire to leave for a new challenge. He requested to come off the bench to avoid injury and give him the best chance of moving on. However, a summer move hasn’t materialised, and given the current form of Ferran Jutgla and Kamal Sowah, Lang has had to settle for the role of impact sub or post Champions League rotation. Lang also turned down a number of opportunities in the summer to leave the club, while the club itself turned down an offer from Lille.
In his first season in Belgium, 202/21, Lang scored 17 times and grabbed 11 assists in 37 matches. The following season he only scored nine times, but increased his assists total to 15. The winger has been capped five times by the Dutch national team, scoring one goal.