Earlier today, we’ve covered a story which claims that Everton are the ‘most recent’ side to join the race for the signing of Benfica striker Haris Seferovic.
With Rafa Benitez approving his name, the Toffees were apparently joining a race which already included the likes of West Ham United and Wolverhampton Wanderers.
It turns out that newspaper Correio da Manhã has interesting things to talk about when it comes to the Hammers and Wolves, as their chase for Seferovic seems to be something that has been lasting longer.
The outlet writes that West Ham and Wolves ‘have already revealed their interest’ for the player, and ‘continue to follow’ the striker, who scored three goals in the Euros.
Regarding the Molineux’ side, it’s also claimed that the club are expecting to sign a striker, since they only have Fabio Silva and Raul Jimenez for the position.
It’s said that Benfica will demand at least €25m to let Seferovic move this summer, as they’re open to making a deal as long as it’s for the right price.