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Report: 113-goal striker offered to Hammers

Andrea Belotti has been offered to West Ham as he looks to complete a move to England, according to The Sun.

They report that the Italy international has been touted to a number of Premier League clubs after he left Torino when his contract expired.

Belotti was with the Serie A club for seven years and scored 113 goals in 251 games, even becoming captain during his time there.

However, he is now a free agent and is looking to find a new club after his departure.

The 28-year-old is said to have been offered to the Hammers, along with Newcastle and Everton, with all three clubs desperate to sign a striker this summer.

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The Irons have been linked with Belotti in the past but are currently pursuing a deal for Chelsea’s Armando Broja, while there remains interest in Sassuolo’s Gianluca Scamacca.

Belotti would be a free agent and come with no transfer fee, though, so this is one that boss David Moyes could turn to later in the window if other targets don’t pan out.

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A journalist with 10 years' experience of working on National newspapers, now chief reporter covering the club that I've loved since I was a boy. Upton Park remains the greatest football stadium ever built.

3 comments on “Report: 113-goal striker offered to Hammers

  1. I think he would be a no brainer. He’s tenacious, scores goals and runs. I think he would be a great signing as long as he isn’t requesting ridiculous wages like a certain Mr Lingard

    • Bang on, out of all the strikers we have been linked to this transfer window this is the man to keep our momentum going, yes his age is questionable but the guy will fit the way we play, hold the ball when needed ( something Antonio unfortunately lacks) and lay off to the runners or score himself, the best leaning curve any striker can go through is in the Italian premier league. Sign him up, unless like you say the wages are above Zouma’s .

  2. I alway have a chuckle when I read of players being “offered” to clubs. Sort of conjours up an image of the bloke in the pub with a suitcase full of knock off Rolex watches wandering around offering them to all and sundry, doesn’t it ?

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