West Ham United could be willing to allow Gianluca Scamacca to leave the club after just 12 months at the London Stadium. According to Telelombardia via Inside Futbol, the Hammers are hopeful of using the Italian in a swap deal with AC Milan for midfielder Charles de Ketelaere.
The Hammers could be tempted by the deal, as the move for Scamacca hasn’t exactly worked out as well as David Moyes would have hoped. The Italian has scored just three goals in 17 games across all competitions and is currently on the sidelines with an injury.
West Ham looking to agree swap deal for Scamacca
West Ham also dipped into the January transfer market to sign another striker, with Danny Ings brought in from Aston Villa. A move for Ketelaere would appear for the Hammers, as they have been long-term admirers of the midfielder.
The 22-year-old signed for AC Milan last summer from Club Brugge, and has played 27 times for the Italian giants. Ketelaere has also represented Belgium on 12 occasions, scoring once.