West Ham are rushing to sign Benfica striker Darwin Nunez on a permanent deal. Both clubs believe to have agreed a fee for the 22-year-old Uruguay international striker.
However with so little time left in the market this month. It can be difficult to finalize a deal with Nunez currently in the Uruguay squad for Tuesday’s World Cup qualifier against Venezuela.
Manager David Moyes has revealed he is looking for a new striker to support. Or vying for a position with Michail Antonio. Although another important area is the position of the centre-back to lose Angelo Ogbonna, a season-long stay.
For Darwin Nunez he has scored 20 goals in 25 games this season UFABET. He left a contract with Lisbon Falcon to 2025.
West Ham turn their attention to Darwin Nunez of Benfica. After Leeds refused to sell their brilliant Brazilian Raphinha.
Hammers boss David Moyes is trying to bring in more attacking talent on deadline day to help his fifth-place side, who are also in Europe.
He was hot on Raphinha and willing to pay up to £50million for the star who has so far refused to sign a new deal at Elland Road.
But Leeds officials insist Raphinha is staying with them at least until after the World Cup next winter when they could cash in next January if his contract is still up in 2024.