Yann Karamoh left Caen and moved to Inter Milan in the summer of 2017, having been linked at the time with a move to England. He arrived at the San Siro on a two-year loan deal, which includes an obligation for the Nerazzurri to sign the striker on a permanent transfer.

The teenager has failed to feature regularly and has made 15 appearances in Serie A this season. He is attracting interest from England and France, reports Tuttomercatoweb.

West Ham United were looking at the option of taking Karamoh on loan for the next season, but it’s claimed Inter have already rejected the Hammers’ approach as they’re to let the 19-year-old go out on out on a temporary deal.

Inter will only sanction Karamoh’s sale only on a permanent transfer, if they receive a “good offer”. There is no mention if West Ham would be interested in taking Karamoh on a permanent transfer.

Stoke City, Bologna, Benevento and Marseille were linked in January, and Monaco have been added this time around.

There’s every chance West Ham have been dragged into this because of the Joao Mario situation, Either because it’s come up in talks, or they seem an obvious name to throw into the rumour.