West Ham Closing In On West Brom Target

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Fiorentina are looking to offload several players this summer in order to trim their squad and the Colombia global is believed to be on the cull list.

West Ham were already interested but now West Brom have joined the race to sign him.

With the Baggies unable to offer Premier League football like West Ham, they would have to convince him to turn down a move to London.

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Edmilson Fernandes could be on his way to Italy as part of a deal taking Carlos Sanchez away from Fiorentina, as the Serie A side are keen on landing the Switzerland global as makeweight in a deal - and have until the end of the month to find an agreement.

Another midfielder reportedly eyed by West Ham before the transfer window slams shut is Chelsea outcast Danny Drinkwater, who has struggled for first-team opportunities at Stamford Bridge since his switch from Leicester a year ago.

The 29-year-old has signed a three-year contract at the London Stadium, where he reunited with former Arsenal teammate Jack Wilshere.

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New Hammers manager Manuel Pellegrini has been busy since his May appointment, and Perez would represent his ninth signing since taking charge.

West Ham travel to Anfield on Sunday to take on Liverpool in the first game of the season.

Arsenal striker Lucas Perez was loaned to Deportivo last season after he failed to impress for the North Londoners in his first season at the Emirates Stadium, the forward recently returned to the club this summer but he will likely be leaving permanently according to reports.

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