Thursday’s West Ham transfer roundup detailed a bid made for an Italian international, interest in a Juventus striker and the pursuit of a La Liga forward. Today’s edition reports on an offer lodged for a Bundesliga attacker, the price tag set for a midfielder and the race for a former Chelsea man.

West Ham hold talks over Haller

According to The Guardian, West Ham have held talks to snap up Frankfurt striker Sebastien Haller, with a potential £40m fee mooted. Haller scored 20 goals in all competitions last season and an impressive partnership with Luka Jovic saw the latter move to Real Madrid earlier this summer. Manchester United have been mooted as fellow suitors of the Frenchman.

£10m wanted for Obiang

West Ham have set their price for Pedro Obiang this summer according to The Sun. The London Stadium club want £10m for the 27-year-old. The Equatorial Guinea international has made 116 appearances for the Premier League side.

Hammers interested in Costa

The Mirror is reporting that West Ham are interested in signing Diego Costa this summer. The Irons are looking for a new striker following the departure of Marko Arnautovic to Shanghai SIPG and the 6 foot 1 Atletico Madrid man is on their radar.


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Jonathan Radcliffe