Roma are in pole position to land West Ham flop Sofiane Feghouli, according to the Mirror.
The Algeria international has struggled to adapt to life in English football and it is now looking increasingly likely that he will look to cut short his time in the Premier League with a switch away.
Feghouli was an exciting transfer for West Ham but the wide man has simply underwhelmed since his arrival at the London Stadium, seeing him feature only as a bit-part player.
The report claims that Roma are keen on taking Feghouli off of West Ham’s hands, but on an initial loan deal that will last until the end of the season. However, the deal would include an option to buy the winger after the campaign has finished if he has made an impact in Serie A.
If the Hammers do let Feghouli go though they will ensure that they replace accordingly, the report also states, with AC Milan forward M’Baye Niang believed to be on the club’s radar along with Hull standout Robert Snodgrass.