It’s no secret Slaven Bilic wants to sign a prolific goalscorer this summer, and West Ham have gone for few big names in the transfer market.

The Hammers have already agreed a €30m deal with AC Milan to sign Carlos Bacca, but the player has already rejected them once.

The Colombian international is keen on playing Champions League football, and wants to wait for offers from other clubs.

According to Gazzetta dello Sport on Saturday, West Ham have set a deadline of Monday for Bacca to make a decision, which is a new claim after Friday was the original deadline.

The 29-year-old has been left out of AC Milan’s pre-season tour of USA to complete his transfer to West Ham. Milan sound pretty keen too.

Gazzetta say Borussia Dortmund have shown interest in the last few hours, whilst the likes of PSG, Sevilla or Napoli could be lurking around.

Bacca reportedly is also waiting for an offer from Arsenal, but Gazzetta believe it’s difficult.

It is reported there have been no ‘written requests to AC Milan’ from any other side, and Bacca has a decision to make.