West Ham are looking to sign the ‘Roma Man’ that Conte strongly wanted

West Ham United are trying to sign Nicolo Zaniolo from AS Roma.

Italy’s Gazzetta dello Sport said on the 20th (Korean time), “West Ham is offering a bonus with an obligatory clause to buy from Roma for 30 million euros (about 40 billion won) to sign Zaniolo. suggested,” he reported.

West Ham are having a rough day this season. At the time of the summer transfer market, we planned to bring in quality players such as Lucas Paqueta and Tilo Kehrer to compete at the top of the English Premier League (EPL). However, as the season began, he fell into a severe slump. With 15 points (4 wins, 3 draws, 12 losses), they are currently in 18th place and in the relegation zone.

Facing a serious crisis, West Ham had no choice but to reinforce through the winter transfer market. They recruited striker Danny Ings, who was currently playing for Aston Villa, and plans to reinforce the midfield in the future.

The target is Zaniolo. Zaniolo is a player who can play anywhere in the second line and has the ability to score both goals and assists. In the 2021-22 season UEFA Europa Conference League (UECL) final, he also proved his value by scoring the winning goal. 먹튀검증

He was also the player that Tottenham Hotspur manager Antonio Conte strongly wanted during the transfer window last summer. At the time, Tottenham looked for a sale because there was a lack of players who could inspire creativity with offensive talent in Tottenham’s midfield. was planning to do However, the deal never came to fruition and Zaniolo remained with Roma.

West Ham’s strategy is loan after signing. Since the price is expected to be financially expensive, the method is to sign a complete transfer after first signing Zaniolo on loan.

Meanwhile, Tottenham did not give up on signing Zaniolo. Lucas Moura and Richarlison have been injured, and even Son Heung-min is not in good condition, so he is planning to reinforce the second line.

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