West Ham United have reportedly stroke a verbal agreement with AS Roma forward Edin Dzeko regarding the summer transfer
With Javier Hernandez Chicharito and Marko Arnautovic both linked with a potential departure from the London Stadium, the Irons are forced into action.
According to the English publication, 101GreatGoals, the Premier League outfit already found the verbal agreement with the Bosnian star on a two-year contract.
Edin Dzeko has apparently agreed to join West Ham in the summer from Roma, according to reports in Italy. pic.twitter.com/2fjalNlWz7— West Ham Transfers (@westhamtransfer) April 6, 2019
However, the Giallorossi’s demands are the stumbling block at the moment, given the Serie A giants are not willing to lower their 20-million valuation of the player.
The 33-year-old has been one of the most significant players for Roma ever since his move from Manchester City in 2015.
The Bosnia international has a contract with La Lupa that runs out in 2020, but he seems willing to return to the Premier League where he won two titles with the Citizens.
Inter Milan have also shown appreciation for Dzeko, but with Mauro Icardi’s return to the squad, the Nerazzurri’s interest seems to have faded away.