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Spaniards move in on Hammers flop

zaza2Simone Zaza is tonight deciding whether to join Valencia after the club moved into complete a deal for the Hammers flop.

ClaretandHugh was told a few minutes ago that the Spanish outfit are ready to take over the Italian’s loan from us with a view to a permanent deal should he play between 10-15 games and they are not relegated.

They are currently sitting 17th in La Liga, one place above the bottom three thanks to a superior goal difference over Sporting Gijon in 18th.

We have been told that the agreement between  West Ham and Valencia has been completed but the Irons need to reach agreement on the switch with Zaza’s parent club Juventus.

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His transfer market value has fallen dramatically and we have been told that should Valencia complete a deal for him permanently he will cost them 15 million euros – a 10 million drop on what he would have cost the Hammers in the same circumstances.

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