Moffi price ‘not a problem’ for West Ham
Lorient striker Terem Moffi’s price tag is ‘not a problem’ as journalist Ignazio Genuardi shares an update on West Ham’s transfer talks.
After sealing the signing of striker Danny Ings from Aston Villa, reports suggest the Premier League club have set their sights on a central defender as well as additions further forward.
Despite the capture of Ings, reliable sources like journalist Alan Nixon refuse to rule out the addition of another attacker as West Ham enter contract talks over signing Moffi.
The in-form Ligue 1 star has been a player of real interest to David Moyes and the east Londoners with a £25m bid made earlier this week.
Taking to Twitter, reporter Genuardi has shared what he knows on West Ham’s bid to sign the Nigerian forward.
He claims the cost of a deal is no issue to the Hammers but are still waiting on Moffi to make a decision over the move – meanwhile, talks are ongoing in the background.
He explained, “After finding a global agreement for the transfer of Danny Ings (Aston Villa), West Ham continues to negotiate for Moffi. The cost of the deal is not a problem, but convincing the Nigerian striker.”
The 23-year-old has stood out as Lorient’s star player this year and arguably one of the French top flight’s most exciting attackers.
Scoring 12 goals in 17 starts, Moffi’s electric form has highlighted his proven goalscoring ability and the Nigerian could be a real asset under Moyes at the London Stadium.
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