Real Betis wants to strengthen their attack in the winter market and signing Wesley Moraes of Club Brugge is a priority for them, according to reports.
Seville edition of AS has an update on the La Liga side’s interest in the 22-year-old and it is claimed that Quique Setién’s side must allow few of their players leave before signing the forward from the Belgian outfit.
The Jupiler Pro League side are demanding €20m and having invested in the summer, Betis will struggle to raise funds without selling a few of their players. Should they fail to land Moraes, then the Spanish club will turn their attention towards Lucas Perez.
Having joined West Ham United from Arsenal before the start of the season, the former Deportivo La Coruña man has not featured regularly under Manuel Pellegrini.
In Friday’s edition of the Spanish newspaper, it is mentioned that without exits, the 30-year-old is a ‘great choice’ for Betis and the player wants to leave the Hammers in January.
The English club will have a lot of fixtures next month and if they progress further in the FA Cup and if any of their attackers pick up an injury, then West Ham will not allow Perez leave the club.
If the report is to be believed, there are lot of conditions to be fulfilled for Betis to sign Perez.