The Hammers are more than ready to allow the Norweigian to move given their plentiful supply of midfielders and hope to get a minimum transfer fee of £4 million.
And according to the well respected German media outlet Kicker a queue of Bundesliga clubs are ready to move in for his signature.
And a source told ClaretandHugh: “There is definite interest and we will ee what happens if and when that is firmed up.”
The 26-year-old joined West Ham on a Bosman last summer after his contract with Borussia Monchengladbach expired but he made very little impact.
I hope he doesn’t go he has the potential to be a good player for us and he is also a good shout as a utility player, Obiang struggled in his first season as did a number of others last year but they are gradually finding their feet, bearing in mind how many injuries we get a season its always handy to have options.
just think he’s too slow personally for the way we wish to play.