The Hammers have accepted a £30m fee with Brentford for Algerian winger Said Benrahma.
Said Benrahma lit up the Championship last season, scoring 17 goals and nine assists for Brentford. Since the time the Bees lost to Fulham in the 2020 season playoffs final, hypothesis has been overflowing over his future, with a few Premier League clubs connected.
Arsenal, Chelsea, Aston Villa and Leeds United were completely thought to be keen on the summer however the Hammers have as of late rose as top choice to sign the him. On Friday, Ivisionsport announced that West Ham had presented a £17m bid for Said Benrahma, excluding add-ons.
Furthermore, it presently appears to be that a £30m deal has been accepted. As per report, that fee incorporates all add-ons, with personal terms actually waiting be negotiated.
Said Benrahma began his career at Nice, getting a fruitful productive loan moves between 2013 and 2018 before being signed by Brentford. Since arriving in west London, he has been downright thrilling, and he will carry innovation and style to West Ham.
After an alarming start to the Premier League season, West Ham got consecutive successes against Wolves and Leicester before the international break. This fine form has diminished a portion of the discontent among the supporters, who had recently expressed their disappointment about the club’s performances here and there the pitch.
Selling academy graduate Grady Diangana to West Brom pulled ire of West Ham fans, and there is also long term hatred over the club’s move to the London Stadium.
David Moyes will be returning to the touchline following a two weeks absence subsequent to testing positive for Coronavirus, will trust that his side’s acceptable run of results proceeds one weekend from now when they take on Tottenham Hotspur.