Spanish daily newspaper Marca has suggested that West Ham are on the verge of signing Italy international forward Simone Zaza.
The 24-year-old returned to Turin as Juventus exercised a buy-back option earlier this summer, but it appears that coach Max Allegri has not been impressed with the attacker.
And with Fernando Llorente expected to remain at the club, the coach seems ready to cash in on Simone Zaza.
According to Marca, West Ham are expected to sign the forward on a season-long loan for €3 million, while the purchase option would be set at €15 million.
Simone Zaza has two full Serie A seasons behind him, both spent at Sassuolo, and he has managed a total of 20 goals in 64 league outings for the Neroverdi.
But, just as everybody expected him to nail down a regular starting berth in Turin, the Italy international should again be moving clubs this summer.