Report: Hammers need Argentine winger in January, after three prior endeavors
As per The Guardian’s Ed Aarons, West Ham United are keen on marking Chicago Fire winger Nicolas Gaitan in January, as director Manuel Pellegrini hopes to help his squad for a solid second 50% of the Premier League battle.
Told there is some enthusiasm from West Ham in marking Nicolas Gaitan in January. Ex-Argentina winger has been playing for Chicago Fire in MLS
— Ed Aarons (@ed_aarons) November 21, 2019
The Hammers have grabbed just 13 focuses in their opening 12 class rounds of the period in front of Tottenham Hotspur’s visit on Saturday, and could end up doing combating assignment in the event that they neglect to rapidly make something happen.
West Ham were connected with Gaitan in every one of the last two winter move windows, and it is not yet clear on the off chance that they will at last land the Argentine this break.
The previous Benfica and Atlético Madrid midfielder joined the MLS side from Chinese Super League outfit Dalian Yifang on a free move for one season in March, however could before long be moving to the Premier League.
West Ham were allegedly enthused about the 31- year-old in the late spring of 2016 before he moved to Atletico and in the winter of 2017 after he battled for playing minutes.
The Hammers, close by Crystal Palace, Everton and Southampton, were likewise connected with a move for Gaitan last January before his transition to China.
The Argentine has since scored four objectives and provided 11 aids 27 MLS appearances, and marking him for nothing in January could be enticing.
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