Irons 27 goal target holding out for PL move

claudio-beauvueAccording to L’quipe in France,  Lyon have  proposed a €4m bid for West Ham target Claudio Beauvue.

It is claimed the player already has offers from Al Jaish and Marseille but would prefer to move to the big time in the Premier League with West Ham and Everton said to be the two most interested in him.

Beauvue was in fine form for Guingamp last season, scoring 27 goals in all competitions for the Ligue 1 outfit, but he now wants his move to a bigger club.  Beauvue’s contract with Guingamp has a further two years left to run.


About Sean Whetstone

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5 comments on “Irons 27 goal target holding out for PL move

  1. Numbers sound good not bad for a midtable team,the big question is,is he a Modibo or a Diafra?

  2. Definately in the barrow boys price range!!He is the ‘world class’ signing i expect!!

  3. worth a gamble if he’s scored that many last season, he’s got to be better then Maiga lol
    Nice and cheap as well just how the saves like it

  4. This feels like our next Sakho,same goal ratio young enough the 2 Daves Price range,
    Wonder if they would take Magia as part of the deal to get him off the books,

  5. Or this could feel like another Maiga.Scoring goals in the french league is fine.Scoring goals in The Prem,different proposition altogether.We really got very,very lucky with Sakho 😉

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