West Ham ‘have made formal offer’ to sign Premier League star

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West Ham United have reportedly told Bournemouth that they would like to sign Dominic Solanke over the next few days.

Gianluca Scamacca joined WEST HAM in the summer of 2022 for a fee of £35 million and David Moyes had hoped that the Italian would be the man that could score 20 goals a season.

However – he failed to live upto the hype for West Ham and did not impress like many had hoped for, and only after one season in the Premier League, he made the decision to move back to Italian football.

That means that Hammers boss David Moyes has been left a little bit light up front – and now it seems that they have started making their moves to try and sign Bournemouth star Solanke.

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According to Football Insider, Solanke has been identified as the club’s preferred addition to their forward line and the Hammers have already informed Bournemouth that they are keen on the striker

In his four-and-a-half years with the Cherries, Solanke has contributed 57 goals and 28 assists from his 176 appearances in all competitions.

WILL SOLANKE BE A GOOD SIGNING?

If the Hammers are interested in signing Solanke as the replacement for Scamacca – they will be getting a very good squad member.

He is not a man that can score 20-goals a season – has never been that type of player – but he is a player that will add depth.

WEST HAM should be trying to sign a forward that will make an impact – but there is only a few days left in the summer transfer window and Moyes wants to sign a player that has already established himself in the Premier League.

So for the right money – Solanke could be a decent signing by the Hammers.

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