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Roma makes loan move to sign West Ham key player for £80 million

During current transfer window, West Ham United player Nayef Aguerd is being pursued by Italian powerhouses AS Roma and AC Milan.


There have been rumors that some West Ham players are considering leaving the team. Thilo Kehrer and Said Benrahma are the two players who will be making their way to the London Stadium exit doors.

Hammers are willing to take £30 million in exchange for the Roma and Milan target.

Given that David Moyes needs to raise funds in order to sign any new players this month, it would not be shocking if West Ham sold Aguerd.

Although the 27-year-old has made several outstanding appearances since joining the Hammers, he has not generally lived up to the hype.

It appears that Roma and AC Milan are still keen to sign him despite his patchy play this season.

This month, Aguerd is wanted on loan by Italian clubs, although the Premier League team would rather he leave on a permanent basis.

The Moroccan celebrity’s future has been updated by Fabrizio Romano in his Daily Briefing blog:

Although it’s complicated, Saudi interest in the West Ham star is still present. By late August/early September, there was already interest, but West Ham turned it down. Saudi Arabia is showing interest once more, but West Ham needs to find a successor and make the move permanent for things to work out. West Ham said, “No, it’s only a permanent transfer or nothing,” to Milan and Roma, who have also expressed interest in Aguerd and have expressed interest in a loan arrangement in recent weeks. Aguerd is content to play in the Premier League; money is not a factor in his happiness, so even though there is interest, he is not in a desperate situation to move to Saudi Arabia.

Moyes spent £27 million to acquire Aguerd. If a deal of at least £30 million is made, West Ham should sell Aguerd without hesitation.

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