AFC Bournemouth and Hamburg have tabled formal offers for West Ham target Georges-Kevin Nkoudou of Marseille, according to RMC Sport.
Hamburg were the first to make their move with a €12million offer, but Bournemouth have since trumped the Bundesliga side’s offer by launching a €13million bid.
Nkoudou was a reported target for West Ham and Juventus, as well as a number of Premier League clubs. The 21-year-old winger played 38 games last season, scoring five and setting up ten.
West Ham join Tottenham, Liverpool and Manchester United on a long list of suitors who have seemingly cooled their interest in Nkoudou.
Hammers fans will not be too disappointed by this news as West Ham are set to complete the signing of Gokhan Tore from Besiktas on an initial season-long loan move with a view to buy next summer, subject to a medical.
Slaven Bilic is a huge fan of Gokhan Tore and has been working tirelessly with his former employers Besiktas to finalise a deal which would see the former Chelsea academy star return to the Premier League.
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