According to a report from Italian publication Area Napoli, West Ham have a €30 million (£26 million) bid lined up for Napoli ace Hirving Lozano.

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David Moyes will undoubtedly be keen to bolster his attacking ranks at the London Stadium this summer.

Andriy Yarmolenko faces an uncertain future in east London, whilst Felipe Anderson has also been linked with an exit.

And Area Napoli claims that the West Ham boss is keen to strengthen his options in the final third by bringing Lozano to the club this summer.

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

It is suggested that the Hammers have a £26 million bid lined up for the 39-capped Mexico international.

The 24-year-old has struggled this season in Naples. But he might just be worth that kind of fee for West Ham.

The problem for the east London outfit is that Manchester United and Everton are also in for Lozano, according to a report from the Daily Mail.

 

Stats

He has racked up just three goals and two assists in 25 outings so far this season (Transfermarkt).

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Hirving Lozano (Photo by SSC NAPOLI/SSC NAPOLI via Getty Images)

In 16 league games for the Serie A outfit, the Mexico international has just two goals and one assist to his name. He has averaged just 1.3 shots, 0.8 dribbles and 0.8 key passes per game during those outings (Who Scored).

Calico Mercato claims that Lozano has a €130 million (£115 million) release clause inserted into his current contract with the Serie A outfit.

So with that in mind, £26 million seems like a decent deal. The 24-year-old possesses incredible talent after-all. And his time with PSV Eindhoven is evidence of this.

The reported West Ham target racked up 40 goals and 23 assists in 79 appearances for the Eredivisie outfit (Transfermarkt).

And Lozano could be a real hit at West Ham, if Moyes does indeed manage to bring the talented winger to east London.

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