Gonzalo Higuain might be returning to Premier League as West Ham have declared interest to sign the striker.
West ham have made contacts on bringing the former Chelsea man back to London.
Gonzalo Higuain might have been thought to have had a failed campaign at Stamford Bridge but West Ham sees it otherwise as they disclose of their intention to make him their frontman.
The Hammers are so much in need of a striker after their strikers, Marco Arnautovic, Lucas Perez and Andy Carroll all left this summer.
But seems their desire to have Higuain won’t be achievable considering that Gonzalo is back under his favorite boss and in his favorite league where he scored his career record goals.
With Sarri now in charge of Juventus and Gonzalo Higuain back to the club after a displeasing loan to AC Milan and Chelsea respectively, the 31 year old is unlikely to leave.
According to Calciomercato, the Old Lady had already rejected any offers for the striker.
Secondly the striker do not want to leave Allianz Arena as he sets to resume the season under his boss.
West Ham at the other end have been reported to also be linked with Frankfurt’s striker, Sebastian Haller whom they are to pay 36m for.
West Ham are also interested in Porto frontman, Moussa Marega and West Brom’s Salomon Randon.
The club is believed not to be wanting just one striker and would be signing more than one striker to replace the departed players.