According to a report from Area Napoli, West Ham and Everton have been offered the chance to sign Roma ace Cengiz Under for €35 million (£32 million) this summer.
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Hammers boss David Moyes will be desperate to add an established attacker to his ranks at the London Stadium this summer.
And the same can be said of Toffees manager Carlo Ancelotti at Goodison Park.
Out of the two clubs, Everton will have much more spending power than West Ham this summer.
The Hammers will not be able to compete with the Toffees in the transfer market. There are two very big conditions, however.
Firstly, West Ham absolutely must avoid relegation. And secondly, Moyes will have to shift some of the deadwood this summer.
And Area Napoli claims that the two Premier League sides could go head-to-head for £32 million-rated Roma attacker Cengiz Under this summer.
But is the forward good enough to succeed in the Premier League?
The 22-year-old has racked up 17 goals and 12 assists in 86 appearances for Roma (Transfermarkt).
He has been in poor form this season. The 20-capped Turkey international has racked up just three goals in 16 Serie A games for the Rome giants (Who Scored).
Under has made just nine starts in those games. So he is clearly out of favour at the Stadio Olimpico.
Under’s career certainly seems to have stalled in recent years. In truth, he has struggled to live up to his reputation since joining Roma from Basaksehir in the summer of 2017.
The Turkish ace, who can play anywhere along the front-line, was incredibly highly rated a few years ago. In fact, it was only last year that the Serie A giants allegedly turned down a £60 million bid from Arsenal for his services (Calcio Mercato).
Perhaps Under just needs a change of scenery to help reinvigorate his career.
He certainly has the talent to reach the top.
Whether West Ham or Everton will be prepared to pay £32 million to prise him away from the Italian capital, however, remains to be seen.