West Ham are trying to pulling off a sensational trio of moves along with Armando Broja.
The Hammers are looking to continue their fine era under David Moyes, with Chelsea’s young striker looking set to come in on a permanent switch. Transfer expert Fabrizio Romano tweeted: “West Ham are now close to signing Armando Broja. Talks progressing with Chelsea, West Ham insist for a permanent deal after the official offer is submitted but it’s up to the Blues. Broja has agreed personal terms with West Ham – all parties are getting closer.”
The towering forward had been linked to Everton and Newcastle but it appears that it’s the Irons that have come in and swooped for a move. The Standard report that Broja has been David Moyes’ number one target all summer and even though Chelsea had wanted to provide him with another loan spell, it is reported that a £30million bid has been made and personal terms already accepted.
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The publication also say that West Ham also remains in talks with Sassuolo over a move for Gianluca Scamacca and that they are confident of signing Lille midfielder Amadou Onana – while there could even be a return for Jesse Lingard.
The Premier League side made a new bid for the Lille midfielder worth around £30million plus add-ons, despite interest from Nottingham Forest. While they are yet to receive a firm response, the Premier League side feel that should be enough to secure a deal.
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Indeed, the highly-rated Onana is pushing for from Ligue 1 despite only being there for just a year. The former Hamburg star, in a £6m switch, having impressed in his 31 Ligue 1 appearances. The Belgium international also featured in all eight of his side’s Champions League matches last term, including in both legs of the last-16 against Chelsea.
Moyes has already brought in Nayef Aguerd and Alphonse Areola from Rennes and PSG to bolster the side.
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