According to a report from Area Napoli, West Ham, Newcastle and Everton have all been offered the chance to sign Hirving Lozano on loan next season, with an option to buy the Mexican for €40 million (£36 million) the following summer.

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It has also been suggested that there would be no loan fee involved. Although whichever club takes a punt on the 24-year-old would have to pay all of his £105,000 per week wages.

Hammers boss David Moyes will undoubtedly want to bolster his attacking ranks at the London Stadium this summer.

And the same can be said for Steve Bruce at St James’ Park and Carlo Ancelotti at Goodison Park.

The Magpies and the Toffees will surely be in a greater position than West Ham to attract a better calibre of player this summer, however.

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Hirving Lozano in action (Photo by Francesco Pecoraro/Getty Images)

And Area Napoli claims that Hirving Lozano could be on the radar of all three Premier League clubs.

In fact, the Italian media outlet claims that the 39-capped Mexico international has been offered to West Ham, Newcastle and Everton on loan next season, with an option to buy for £36 million the following summer.


Lozano hasn’t enjoyed a very successful season with the Serie A outfit either.


He has racked up just four goals and two assists in 30 outings so far this season (Transfermarkt).

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Hirving Lozano (Photo by Matteo Ciambelli/DeFodi Images via Getty Images)

The Mexican is more than capable of producing the goods consistently at the very highest level, however. He proved that during his time with PSV Eindhoven.

The 24-year-old winger racked up 40 goals and 23 assists in 79 appearances for the Eredivisie outfit (Transfermarkt).

Lozano obviously has the talent, despite the fact that his move to Napoli just hasn’t worked out.

And perhaps a move to West Ham, Newcastle or Everton would help him reinvigorate his career.

And his reported availability on loan, without any kind of fee, will surely prove attractive to all three clubs mentioned.

First things first, however. West Ham must stay in the Premier League if they are to have any chance whatsoever of signing players like Lozano at the end of the season.

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