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Report: Hammers want two Serie A forwards

West Ham have asked Sassuolo about the potential signings of Giacomo Raspadori and Gianluca Scamacca this summer, according to a new report from 90min.

The report states that Hammers boss David Moyes is desperate to bring a new forward into the club to provide support and competition to Mikey Antonio.

They are now reported to have made an enquiry about both Raspadori and Scamacca.

Scamacca scored 16 goals last season while Raspadori netted 10 times.

The Serie A side have signed another striker, Agustin Alvarez, and may be willing to negotiate an exit for one of their other strikers.

The Irons are also said to be keeping a close eye on Hellas Verona forward Giovanni Simeone, along with striker Beto at Udinese.

Reports have suggested that Moyes wants to sign six more new players after previously confirming the arrival of central defender Nayef Aguerd from French club Rennes earlier this week.

It is almost certain a striker will be included.

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One comment on “Report: Hammers want two Serie A forwards

  1. Considering we are in mid June and supposedly signing 6 players, we may also be losing Soucek and have lost plenty of others, we have only signed one player and can’t even get Areola to sign. The board better pull their fingers out as they are well behind the curve and its following the usual trend of a lot of talk and not a lot of deals getting completed.

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