Italian side Sampdoria have reportedly reached an agreement with West Ham United for the transfer of Pedro Obiang.
It’s website Tutto Mercato Web who reports it this Friday, saying the clubs have found a deal after days of negotiations.
The outlet claims that Obiang is moving on a €2m loan deal, and then Sampdoria have an obligatory buying clause to get him for €7m at the end of the season. There’s also a further million to be included in performance bonuses.
It seems the only thing left are the personal terms to be agreed, as the story says that the transfer can only be considered concluded once Obiang says yes to it.
Obiang joined West Ham on a transfer from the very same Sampdoria back in 2015. The Hammers paid €6m for him at the time.
Although the Italian side are now paying more for an older player, the local media has already pointed out that it’s worth it since he has improved a lot in the Premier League.