Premier League high flyers West Ham United have had a bid accepted for AC Milan striker Carlos Bacca, the son of West Ham co-chairman David Sullivan has revealed.
It is no secret that the two clubs have been in talks over the Colombian forward and Jack Sullivan has said that a fee has been agreed.
“We have agreed a fee with AC Milan on Bacca and he has said, he will tell us in the next 48 hours if he is coming!!”, Sullivan wrote in his Twitter account.
Having made it clear that he wanted to be playing Champions League football next season, the Colombian clearly have reservations over a move to London, but he may decide to join the Hammers if his other suitors fail to make their moves.
Carlos Bacca has developed into one of world’s most prolific strikers during his time at Sevilla and AC Milan, and a switch to English Premier League now appears on the cards.
At the same time, Jack Sullivan moved to reveal that Argentine forward Jonathan Calleri would join the club as well subject to obtaining a work permit.