West Ham may be ready to consider bids for Pedro Obiang should a “sensible offer” be made for the midfielder.
The £4 million signing from Sampdoria has struggled to hold down a regular place in the team this season amid regular rumours that he could be on his way in the summer.
Napoli and Palermo continue to show an interest in the player who was brought into the club before Slaven Bilic was made manager.
Sources close to the player have told ClaretandHugh that although the player is happy in London he is desperate to get regular first team football – and with the Hammers strengthening this summer, things could even get harder for him.
Obiang has buckled down to the task of winning a place in the team very professionally after his agent Jose Miguel Gonzalez commented publicly that he would consider a move if the right offer came.
And an offer which gives the Irons their money back on the 24 year old could well succeed when the transfer window opens.