West Ham raise Bacca offer

  • by Staff Writer
  • Monday, 8th August 2016

West Ham have offered Milan strike Carlos Bacca new terms in a bid to persuade him to leave Milan, according to an Italian journalist.

Nicolo Schira, who writes for gazzetta.it claimed this morning that the Hammers had raised their offer to Bacca to around €5million per-year - approximately £80,000 per week.

Milan, who are unable to spend until they sell due to their perilous financial position have already accepted West Ham's bid of circa €25million, but the Colombian international is unsure whether a move to England would suit him and his young family.

West Ham however are hoping that by making him an offer he cannot refuse, the 29-year-old will still agree to come to the Premier League ahead of this month's transfer deadline.




Despite having signed Arthur Masuaku from Olympiacos and being on the verge of announcing the arrival of Andre Ayew from Swansea, Slaven Bilic is still hoping to expand his squad - despite insisting yesterday that he is sufficiently happy with his two new signings.

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