West Ham make ambitious lunge for Chelsea flop in search for new striker


The Argentina international spent the second half of the 2018/19 season on loan at Chelsea, scoring five Premier League goals in 14 games under Maurizio Sarri. That followed a disappointing loan spell at Milan during the first half of the campaign, and Higuain’s parent club Juve are very willing to move him on. Gianluca Di Marzio reports that the Hammers have expressed interest in the 31-year-old after failing in their efforts to sign Celta Vigo’s Valencia-bound Maxi Gomez. The Premier League side want to bring in the former Real Madrid and Napoli striker on loan with the option to buy, but Juventus are demanding €40 million for a permanent deal. Now read… Bargains! 11 of football’s best free transfers EVER Quiz! Can you name the top three all-time goalscorers for every current Premier League club? Topics West Ham United, Juventus, Transfer news, Premier League, Serie A Zaza set to join West Ham, confirms Bilic West Ham seal Zaza loan Zaza awaits ‘new adventure’ at West Ham Zaza’s agent hints at Napoli interest Everton weigh up record-breaking bid for Ligue 1 ace Lukaku misses open training session Serie A club turn to Tottenham defender in search for new blood Competing with Harry Kane puts key Tottenham target off a move to London Laurent Koscielny remains grounded after Arsenal exit blocked Wolves’ ambitious owners understand they can’t match the Big Six – and that’s why they might actually break it PSG set eye-watering Neymar price as Barcelona consider next move The fall of Neymar: where PSG’s ill-tempered talisman has been going wrong Wednesday’s big transfer rumours: Manchester United given permission to speak to midfielder Tottenham wary of late hijack from rivals as they close in on new midfielder

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