West Ham United will wait until the end of the season to take a decision regarding their new signings.

That’s what the club officials have told Ludogorets, as they’ve been negotiating with the Bulgarian side for the transfer of Jonathan Cafu.

The Hammers held a meeting last month to learn more about the player’s price, and were told that he’ll only leave for the €12m release clause.

With 14 goals and 9 assists this season, Cafu has been impressing for the Bulgarian side and has attracted interest from several Premier League clubs.

Leicester City, Stoke City, Brighton and Crystal Palace all made approaches in January, but gave up when told the player wouldn’t leave for less than his clause.

Cafu is keen on moving to the Premier League and West Ham’s offer is something he awaits with excitement. Now it’s up to the Hammers to offer Ludogorets what they’re demanding.

The final decision is expected by the end of May.