West Ham and Newcastle are interested by signing Juventus defender Daniele Rugani, stories declare.
The Italy worldwide, 26, was an unused substitute in Juve’s 3-Zero Serie A opening win over Sampdoria on Sunday.
He presently finds himself behind Giorgio Chiellini, Leonardo Bonucci and Matthijs de Ligt within the pecking order.
Calciomercato declare West Ham and Newcastle have submitted bids for Rugani, who has three years left on his contract.
The Hammers have moved on from Burnley defender James Tarkowski after having a 3rd bid of £31million rejected.
And David Moyes’ aspect are in much more want of a centre-half following Issa Diop’s optimistic coronavirus take a look at.
Moyes and midfielder Josh Cullen additionally examined optimistic that means they must self-isolate at residence.
Tomas Soucek, who starred on mortgage for West Ham final season, is the membership’s solely summer season signing to date.
And on Wednesday, Hammers co-owner David Sullivan admitted he was not sure if there can be any extra additions to Moyes’ squad earlier than subsequent month’s deadline.
He advised talkSPORT: “It’s the supervisor’s choice.
“He doesn’t wish to herald gamers who’re simply numbers, simply squad gamers. He desires to deliver gamers in who will enhance the workforce.
“We’ve got quite a few bids in for quite a few gamers, however groups don’t wish to lose them; these are key gamers at first rate sized golf equipment, outdoors the UK.
“They don’t wish to lose them so whether or not we get any of those gamers I have no idea.”
He added: “I can not say for positive we’re going to signal anyone. As every day passes, I get extra depressed.”