West Ham told to pay £30 million to sign fantastic striker before deadline day

West Ham United have been connected with a number of players late in the transfer window, with deadline day quickly approaching.

David Moyes welcomed Kalvin Phillips to West Ham during the January transfer window, but he is also reported to be looking for an attack-minded player before tomorrow’s 11 p.m. deadline.
The Hammers manager has a very strong roster at his disposal, but adding one or two more players in the next 36 hours might propel us to a whole new level.

Valentin Carboni, an Inter Milan starlet presently on loan at Monza, has been widely connected with a move to the London Stadium this month, with the Hammers having had several bids rejected for the 18-year-old.

And now Inter Live has issued an update on the situation. According to Italian media, signing Carboni this month will require a significant investment from West Ham.

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West Ham told to spend big to sign a player before the deadline.
According to Inter Live, the Hammers made two proposals for Carboni, estimated to be worth €10 million (£8.5 million) and €15 million (£12.8 million).

However, it is insufficient to complete the deal, with Inter wanting €35 million (£30 million) from West Ham for the Argentine teenager.

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The Hammers will surely not spend that much for an 18-year-old in this window, therefore we may have to wait until the summer to finalize the deal.

The Monza loanee has a big talent, with two goals and three assists in Serie A this season.

Monza manager Raffaele Palladino recently praised Carboni, characterizing him as a ‘diamond’, according to Sempre Inter:

“Talent should be protected. Carboni is a gem. Now he’s ready to prove himself. I’m not concerned about media attention since we’re dealing about a really serious young man.”

Carboni has remarkable technique for a young player and has the ability to become a true star of the game.

It will be interesting to see how he progresses over the next six months in Italy. West Ham will not sign him before tomorrow’s 11 p.m. deadline for the quoted fee, but we may try to get him to East London in the summer.

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