By Dave Langton
West Ham have brushed off speculation linking Nikola Vlasic with a move to Italy.
The Hammers flop has been linked with a potential move to Torino, and a new report on Friday suggested the Serie A side were confident of getting a deal over the line.
However, sources at the club have denied that there has been real movement surrounding the Croatia international’s future.
David Moyes is not a huge fan of the player, who arrived for a fee in excess of £26m last summer, and he has struggled immensely to make an impact in the first-team.
The 24-year-old scored once last season and only made six Premier League starts.
The Irons would happily cash in on Vlasic if a good enough offer was tabled, but Torino have yet to formalise their interest in the Croatia international.
It remains to be seen if a bid will actually be tabled for Vlasic, who looks to be falling down the pecking order in east London.