West Ham set to make €10m bid for Burak Yilmaz

West Ham are set to make a €10 million offer for Burak Yilmaz according to Fanatik.

The Turkish sports newspaper claims that the Hammers are looking to bring in a replacement for Enner Valencia who picked up a knee and ankle ligament injury, ruling him out for around 12 weeks.

The Hammers have made Galatasaray an offer according to his agent Ogan Tarhan but he did not talk about the fee involved.


Speaking to Lig Radyo Tarhan said: “West Ham made an offer but we will not enter talks before the Galatasaray – Sivasspor game.”

West Ham have reportedly offered Yilmaz an offer worth €4 million per-season on a three-year deal according to Futbol Arena.

The 29-year-old striker still has four-years left on his contract and is the first-choice striker at Galatasaray who won the league and cup double last season.

The Lions also booked a place in the Champions League for the fourth consecutive season.

The Istanbul giants take on Sivasspor in their opening game of the 2015-16 Super Lig season on the weekend.

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