Barcelona striker Martin Braithwaite has been linked with a move from Spain this summer and West Ham United is mentioned again as a potential target.
According to Spanish publication Sport, the player would like to join West Ham United and Wolverhampton Wanderers this summer.
Brighton and Hove Albion have also been linked to the player.
The 30-year-old is unlikely to get enough playing time with the Catalan giants next season, especially after the arrival of Sergio Agüero and he has to move on.
A transfer to West Ham could be ideal for the player this summer.
The Hammers need to add quality and depth to their attack and the Danish international could support Mikhail Antonio in attack. He’s likely to get plenty of playing time at the London club next season.
Braithwaite had an impressive European Championship season with Denmark, scoring 7 goals for Barcelona last season.
Apparently the player is valued at around 15 million euros and there is no doubt that he would be a useful and inexpensive addition for the Londoners.
Barcelona are currently short of funds and are looking to cut their wage bills. West Ham has to take this chance and grab the 30-year-old quickly.
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