West Ham Target Dzeko Offering His Premier League Return

Edin Dzeko - AS Roma
Edin Dzeko - AS Roma

The Bosnia international could be leaving the eternal city next summer. West Ham are chasing Dzeko to give him a leading role for the 2019-20 campaign.




There’s talk of Dzeko to West Ham for some time and reportedly, the British side has already got in touch with the giallorossi to bring the striker back to the United Kingdom.

The performances of the Bosnian star have been very disappointing this campaign and the Roma executives could decide to trade him out next summer. The 33-year-old from Sarajevo (Bosnia-Herzegovina) made 32 caps this campaign and scored only 12 goals and 8 assists. This is not what the Roma fans were expecting though.

The managers of the Lupi are seriously thinking about trading Dzeko out in a few months. The former director of football of the giallorossi Walter Sabatini had paid him €12 million from Manchester City. Pallotta & Co. are looking forward to making profits in banking as much as possible.

Dzeko-Roma: It’s Time to Say Goodbye

According to the British outlet Daily Express, West Ham would be willing to offer Dzeko approximately €9 million per year with a two-year contract. The player has always been attracted by the possibility to play in the Premier League again.

Reportedly, West Ham have made a €10 million offer to the Lupi but the Roma sporting director Massara has gently rejected it. If the British side will be willing to make an extra effort, Edin Dzeko could salute everybody in the Italian capital right at the end of the current season albeit his contract with the giallorossi would have lasted one more year.




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A Roman between New York, Philadelphia, and Rome achieving his dreams. Persistence can make extraordinary things happen. Editor of AS ROMA 360 | Collaborated with Calciomercato.it & Calcio e Finanza | Reported on Major League Soccer | Featured on Bleacher Report & OneFootball EN.

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