West Ham are attempting to bring back former Chelsea striker, Gonzalo Higuain, from Juventus, Sky Italia reports.
The 31-year-old went through the last four months on loans at Stamford Bridge, scoring five goals in 18 matches for the Blues.
In the wake of neglecting to tie down a lasting move to Chelsea, Higuain came back to Turin where he has two additional years on his Juventus contract.
However, the Argentine’s future with the Italian heroes is open to question, regardless of the arrangement of previous Chelsea manager Maurizio Sarri.
Higuain could yet be managed another opportunity to excel in London, as West Ham have proposed a season-long credit arrangement to carry him to the London Stadium.
It’s asserted Juventus would want to sell the striker through and through and are said to esteem him at around £40million.
West Ham’s advance offer would probably incorporate a choice to purchase.