With two weeks left till the beginning of the 2023/24 Premier League season, Gianluca Scamacca nonetheless stays a West Ham United participant.
The Italian has made no secret of his need to depart the east London outfit, however the subject has been the size of any loss the Hammers must settle for.
David Moyes signed the striker from Sassuolo 12 months in the past for a not insignificant £35.5m charge in accordance with Sky Sports.
After a season beset by accidents and lack of kind, the participant is value nowhere near that quantity, however his steadfast perception in desirous to play his soccer at Roma subsequent season is making his keep in east London untenable.
To that finish, in accordance with Il Tempo (h/t Forza Roma), Roma’s Common Supervisor, Tiago Pinto, will journey to London subsequent week to have extra talks over bringing Scamacca to the Italian capital.
Pinto might have one ace up his sleeve too. The outlet additionally word that the Giallorossi are prepared to supply central defender, Roger Ibanez, as a part of the deal to take Scamacca the opposite means.
It nonetheless will not be sufficient to steer West Ham to do enterprise, however there appears little level in them protecting a participant that so clearly doesn’t wish to be there and will poison the dressing room in so doing.