According to a report from the Daily Star, reported West Ham target Eberechi Eze could be available for just £9 million this summer.
The Sun claimed a couple of months ago that David Moyes wants to bring the 21-year-old to the London Stadium in the summer.
The Express claimed that QPR will demand around £20 million for the youngster.
But the Star now suggest that Eze could be available for just £9 million when the transfer window re-opens.
Perhaps the recent coronavirus pandemic has caused somewhat of a shift regarding the valuations of some players.
In 37 Championship appearances for QPR this season, Eze has racked up 12 goals and eight assists (Transfermarkt) – a remarkable return.
In those outings, Eze has averaged 2.4 shots, 1.9 key passes and three dribbles per game (Who Scored).
The 21-year-old also averages 36.3 passes per game, with a very impressive completion rate of 86.4% (Who Scored).
The QPR ace is clearly an incredible talent, and if he continues to improve, he might just go on to become a truly elite player.
Whether Eze will be available for just £9 million remains to be seen.
But even if West Ham have to pay double that amount, it would still be excellent value for the east London outfit.