Premier League giants Nikola Vlasic may leave West Ham United this month as Torino looks to lure the Croatia international to the top flight, said Toni Martic, his agent for Euro Football.
The path to Turin appears to have turned cold due to West Ham’s poor £25m performance.
But things are heating up again, not prematurely for a moment. Italian reporter Gianluca Di Marzio reported on Thursday that Grenade Director David Vagnati pushes for Vlasic’s access. The former Everton loser, who failed to score one goal in just six Premier League games after returning to England last summer, is reportedly available either for purchase or on loan.
And if Vlasic Do Leave the hammers permanently, you can guarantee he will go to watch for less than 25 million pounds.
One of the worst sterling engagements in modern windows? It is certainly difficult to disagree with such an assessment.
“Yes, it is possible,” Martic said when asked about his client’s uncertain future at the London Stadium. “Let’s not rush and see what happens in the near future.”
Nikola Vlasic may actually leave West Ham United
Vlasic was used on the left side of West Ham’s attack quite often by David Moyes last season. Then, Maxwell Cornet’s impending arrival from Burnley threatens to push the former CSKA Moscow talisman down the Scottish forward’s standings. West Ham also retain their interest in Eintracht Frankfurt’s jet-heel assist machine Philip Kostik.
“I believe in Vlasic. I know there are a lot of teams that want to sign him or loan him out,” said Ivica Olic, the 24-year-old former CSKA coach.
“If West Ham give him the chance, Nikola will change teams (and join a club) where he will be given the chance to play and where he can get in better shape. This will help him once again to become one of the captains of the Croatia national team.
“I wish this to him from the bottom of my heart. I spoke to him. He wants to stay in Europe. For example, to test himself in the German or Spanish championships. He has options.”
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