After breaking down over the player’s wage demands, the talks between West Ham United and Paris Saint-Germain over the possible transfer of Javier Pastore have been restarted, according to Sky Sports.
The Argentine is currently demanding £190,000 per week, and the negotiations are in progress. The Hammers’ new manager Manuel Pellegrini has promissed the fans an attacking revolution in the team, and Pastore is among his prime targets as he looks to deliver on that promise.
The London club are also close to agreeing deals with Swansea over goalkeeper Lukasz Fabianski and defender Alfie Mawson.
Pastore, who has made a total of 265 appearances and scored 45 goals for the French club since his arrival from Palermo in 2011, has seen his game-time significantly reduced in the last three years and he’s therefore looking for a change of scenery in order to have a more significant role in his team.
PSG are quite open to selling the attacking midfielder in order to comply with the Financial Fair Play rules, and the fee West Ham are likely to pay could be worth up to £17.5million.
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