West Ham appear to be closing in on yet another signing this summer.
According to a report from ESPN, the Hammers have agreed a deal with Halmstads BK midfielder and Montenegro international Sead Haksabanovic, with Slaven Bilic looking to bolster his midfield reinforcements this summer.
The youngster is said to be one of the most promising young players in Sweden, and this has inevitably prompted interest from clubs across the continent – with West Ham seemingly expressing the most interest.
It’s stated in the report that a fee has already been agreed between the two clubs, with the Hammers coughing up a lowly sum of €3 million for Haksabanovic’s services.
West Ham don’t appear to have finished their summer business, and as ever, Jack Sullivan has been dropping hints regarding potential incomings at the club in recent times.
Haksabanovic is a forward-thinking midfielder, and scored five goals in 22 games for his side last season.