According to Noticias Cadistas, West Ham United are preparing a move for Cadiz striker Anthony Lozano.
It’s stated that West Ham have picked out Lozano as one of their top striker targets, and a bid could emerge imminently.
The Hammers will allegedly offer around €15million (£13.4million) for Lozano, but they intend to stick to his release clause… which isn’t disclosed. You can assume it’s more than £13.4million, though.
West Ham are being linked with striker after striker at the moment, having sold Sebastien Haller to Ajax last week.
Lozano is just the latest name in the mix, and this may not be the most inspiring of the rumours West Ham fans have read recently.
The Honduran attacker turns 28 in April, and has notched just three goals and two assists in 14 La Liga games this season.
He’s been something of a nomad, turning out for Olimpia, Valencia B, Alcoyano, Tenerife, Barcelona B, Girona and now Cadiz, failing to really settle for far.
Lozano is at least quick and strong, possessing a turn of pace that Haller just didn’t have, but this doesn’t really seem like a move David Moyes would want to make, so we’re doubting that a deal for Lozano is coming any time soon – despite these claims in Spain.
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