West Ham United reportedly could make a late deadline day move to sign Divock Origi from AC Milan.

According to football journalist Graeme Bailey, AC Milan striker Divock Origi is someone who West Ham boss David Moyes likes, with the clock rapidly ticking down on transfer deadline day.

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It is claimed that the Hammers are trying to sign a striker on transfer deadline day.

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West Ham have already held talks to sign Origi, 28, this summer.

And now it seems like the Hammers could be ready to strike for the AC Milan forward…

‘Unique’ Divock Origi signing now on the cards for West Ham on deadline day, reporter claims

Graeme Bailey has suggested that the Hammers could make a late move for Origi before tonight’s 11pm deadline.

The football journalist tweeted:

Described as a ‘unique’ striker by i News, Origi really would be a very interesting option for the Hammers.

The 28-year-old is a proven goalscorer and has history of scoring on the very biggest occasions.

If Divock Origi is available for a bargain fee on deadline day, West Ham shouldn’t hesitate to sign him.

Sempre Milan claim that he could be available for just £12 million and in my view, that would be good business for the Hammers.


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