Breaking: West Ham has bid £58 million for Aston Villa striker

Breaking: West Ham has bid £58 million for Aston Villa striker

Negotiations are underway for West Ham to recruit Jhon Duran, a striker for Aston Villa.

Following Wolves’ acquisition of Max Kilman, the Hammers are currently seeking to add a fresh striker to their roster.

Luis Guilherme from Palmeiras has already been signed by West Ham, but it seems like Julen Lopetegui wants to add more talent to the attacking lineup.

Artem Dovbyk and Alexander Sorloth are two strikers that We has been linked to in recent weeks, but the Hammers have not been able to close a deal with either player.

Fabrizio Romano claims that West Ham has reopened negotiations to sign Duran. The Hammers have made one bid already, and they are in the process of signing him. The 20-year-old player and the athlete have personal terms agreed upon.

On X, Romano wrote: “West Ham has already made multiple bids to Aston Villa for Jhon Durán.” Recognize that the most recent offer has a 10% sell-on clause and is now valued at about £35m. Talks are in progress, and Durán and I have already agreed on personal conditions.

The Colombian striker made 49 appearances for Villa during the 2023 January transfer window, scoring eight goals. He formerly played for Chicago Fire.

He played in 37 games in all competitions the previous season, and his talent is obvious. If Villa could get a better price, they would be willing to let him go.

West Ham appears to have made a very strong offer, therefore they should have a fair chance of getting him to sign. Since the personal terms have already been decided upon, there shouldn’t be any significant roadblocks to the transaction.

It is likely that West Ham will try to transfer Danny Ings and Michail Antonio from their team. Antonio has served the Hammers admirably over the years, but his playing days are running out. It’s likely that he will like moving to MLS.

Despite having a stellar reputation as an Aston Villa goal scorer going into the game, Ings was a complete failure at the London Stadium.

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