West Ham United are setting its sights on Italian international midfielder Manuel Locatelli, as they continue to strengthen their squad.
Following the departure of Declan Rice, the Hammers have been proactive, signing Edson Alvarez and James Ward-Prowse to bolster their midfield with creativity and defensive cover.
Now, the club is on the hunt for a player with technical ability and drive in the center of the park, and Locatelli has emerged as a prime target, according to TuttoJuve.
David Moyes' board are reportedly considering offering €40 million for the 25-year-old, a player highly regarded in Italy who plays a pivotal role for both club and country.
However, convincing Juventus to part with the midfielder might prove challenging, as the Serie A giants are keen on securing a contract extension with the Italian ace.