World News – GB – West Ham signs loan from Algerian Saïd Benrahma through Brentford


Jacob Ranson

The exciting striker joins the EFL Championship club’s Hammers on a first loan deal of a season, with a deal to make the transfer permanent

A unique talent capable of unlocking any defense and scoring spectacular goals, Benrahma excelled in two sensational seasons for the Bees, scoring 30 goals and assisting 27 others. Now the 25-year-old will have the opportunity to show off his full spectrum of Premier League abilities, and will do so in a Claret and Blue jersey

– I am very, very happy to be part of this team, â ???? says the new Club No9 â ???? West Ham are a historic club, which have been in the Premier League for a very long time They understood and still include good players It’s a huge club in England

– I spoke to the manager so I know exactly what he expects from me I will try to meet his expectations in the field because he trusted me and I hope I can give it back to him in the field

– I love that prospect [of playing in the Premier League]! I play soccer for fun first and foremost, but it’s always nice to know you’re joining the most watched league in the world, so I can’t wait to show what I can do…

Manager David Moyes welcomed Benrahma to London Stadium and said he would bring something totally different to an already strong and versatile West Ham squad

– I am delighted to welcome Saïd to West Ham United, â ???? he confirmed – He is a player who has had a lot of recognition for his performances with Brentford in the Championship There has been a lot of interest in him so we are very happy that he has decided to join us

â ???? We are looking to attract players who are hungry and who are determined to progress and improve Said is an exciting talent with great skill and the right qualities, which will complement the other offensive players we have at the Club

– We have to give Said some time to settle in, but I have no doubts that he will be able to progress to the Premier League We are very happy to have him here and can’t wait to get the most out of himâ ????

Born in the town of Aïn Témouchent in northern Algeria, near the country’s Mediterranean coast, Benrahma moved to the south of France as a teenager, joining Toulouse-based Balma SC ? a club that West Ham defender Issa Diop has also represented as a youngster

After one season with famous youth development club Balma and two with another Toulouse team, US Colomiers, the young winger caught the attention of some of France’s biggest clubs, including Monaco, before choosing to join OGC Nice, who had just finished fourth in Ligue 1, in the summer of 2013 It didn’t take long for the 18-year-old to make an impact, as he made his debut in a League game 1 with Toulouse in October of the same year

A first senior goal arrived in April 2015 in the form of a Ligue 1 winner against Reims, before Benrahma was loaned to Angers SCO, GFC Ajaccio and LB Châtéuroux to gain valuable experience in the first C ‘team It is with Châ teauroux in 2017/18 that he began to realize his exceptional potential, scoring ten goals and helping five others for the new Ligue 2 team

Having been spotted by Brentford French scout Brendan MacFarlane, Benrahma moved to London in the summer of 2018, following a path taken by Neal Maupay, who has since enjoyed Premier League success with Brighton & Hove Albion

Benrahma was virtually unstoppable in a bees jersey, scoring eleven goals, assisting 17 others and winning the club’s Goal of the Season award for an outstanding strike against Hull City in February 2019

Last season he was arguably even more influential, leading Brentford to the Championship playoff final with 17 goals and ten assists He started 2020/21 with two fine goals in a Carabao Cup victory over the Beesâ ???? Fulham Conquerors Final Play-Off

Selected five times by Algeria, Benrahma made his debut for his country against Senegal in 2015 and recently returned to international action, starting a friendly 1-0 victory over Nigeria earlier this month and appearing as a substitute in a 2-2 draw with Mexico this week

Everyone at West Ham United would like to welcome Said and his family to London Stadium and wish him every success in his career in Claret and Blue

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