West Ham United have reportedly found a deal for the signing of Pablo Zabaleta from Manchester City.

According to an exclusive story from TuttoMercatoWeb on Wednesday, Pep Guardiola’s side will be letting the 32-year-old right-back walk faway or free at the end of the season as his contract is expiring.

The Italian website claims Zabaleta will be signing a three-year deal with West Ham at the end of June, when he becomes a free agent.

Pablo Zabaleta joined Manchester City from La Liga side Espanyol in 2008 in a €8.7m deal. The Argentina international has made 328 appearances for the club, winning two Premier Leagues, two League Cups, one FA Cup and one Community Shield.

Zabaleta had also been linked to moves to Italy and Spain over the past few months, but TMW reckon his move to West Ham is a sure thing. Only time will tell if they’re right.