West Ham switch their attentions to PSV midfielder Ibrahim Sangare after Everton beat them to the signing of Amadou Onana with the £25m-rated star keen on moving to London to join David Moyes’ side
- West Ham are considering a move for £25m target Ibrahim Sangare from PSV
- David Moyes is scouting new midfielders after missing out on Amadou Onana
- Torino are interested in a loan move for Hammers’ forward Nikola Vlasic
West Ham are weighing up a move for PSV Eindhoven midfielder Ibrahim Sangare.
After missing out to Everton on Lille’s Amadou Onana, manager David Moyes wants to find an alternative for his midfield.
Sangare, 24, is valued around £25m and has attracted plenty of interest from Premier League sides this summer while AC Milan have been exploring a potential loan with obligation.
West Ham are thought to be in the market for £25m-rated midfielder Ibrahim Sangare
The 6ft 4ins midfielder is an Ivory Coast international like West Ham’s new signing Maxwel Cornet and would be interested in a move to London, despite signing a five year contract with PSV in 2020.
He has earned 24 caps for his country, scoring five times.
Meanwhile, West Ham forward Nikola Vlasic is wanted on loan by Torino.
The Croatian attacking midfielder joined the Hammers last year, making 19 appearances and scoring one goal.
However, with Moyes’ side investing in a wealth of new talent during the transfer window, Torino have spotted that 24-year-old Vlasic could be interested in a move away to get some game time.
Torino have expressed interest in taking Croatian attacking midfielder Nikola Vlasic on loan
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