Calciomercato have made a small attempt to relaunch Duvan Zapata to West Ham rumours.
The Hammers have been linked with the Atalanta striker for much of this year, and in February it was reported it Italy they’d ‘offered a super figure’ of €40m in the winter market, only to see the bid rejected.
In April it was reported West Ham were once again keen, but this time for the summer window, with Atalanta not prepared to sell for anything less than €50m.
The summer window came and went, and the Premier League club signed Sebastien Haller instead, having made serious attempts to hijack Valencia’s deal for Maxi Gomez.
Despite the Haller signing, in September it was reported West Ham were still keen on Zapata, and that Atalanta were hoping to give him a new contract to fend them off.
Calciomercato now claim the London club have put a ‘proposal on the table’ for his signing, presumably relating to the upcoming January window.
However, Atalanta’s president Antonio Percassi isn’t interested in a sale.
Zapata has seven goals and three assists so far this season, which is impressive given he’s been out since early October with a muscle injury.