West Ham United have offered $40 million to Bournemouth for striker Dominic Solanke.
The Hammers tabled the bid on Monday, according to Football Insider, and the striker is reportedly open to the prospect of moving to the London Stadium.
Dominic Solanke open to West Ham switch
Bournemouth have been braced for approaches for their striker throughout the summer, and West Ham’s bid could accelerate Fulham’s move, as the Cottagers are also interested in the 25-year-old.
Solanke has been capped once at international level by England, and was part of the national side that won the U20 World Cup in 2017.
After coming through the youth ranks at Chelsea, Solanke signed for Liverpool in 2017. However, after scoring just once in 27 matches in all competitions, he was sold to Bournemouth.
The striker scored seven goals in 35 games last season, and has already netted once in two Premier League appearances this term.