BORDEAUX striker Hwang Ui-Jo claims he has a transfer offer to join West Ham this summer.
That’s despite David Moyes reportedly closing in on a deal for Chelsea forward Armando Broja.
West Ham are desperate to add a top No9 to their squad for the new Premier League season.
The Hammers remain in talks with Sassuolo over Italy international Gianluca Scamacca.
But it is reckoned Moyes’ top target is ex-Southampton loanee Broja.
The Albanian has left Chelsea’s US training camp and returned to the UK.
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It is believed West Ham are ready to pay over £30million for Broja, who hit nine goals in all competitions last term.
However, Thomas Tuchel publicly declared his desire to keep the Cobham product at Stamford Bridge this week.
And South Korean star Hwang claims he has now been approached by West Ham over a Premier League switch.
The 29-year-old, capped 47 times by his country, has scored 29 goals in three seasons at Bordeaux.
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The cash-strapped side were relegated from Ligue 1 to France’s third division last month due to financial issues.
And they need to sell several stars to balance the books.
Hwang claims Nantes have also made a bid, while reports claim there is additional interest from the likes of Porto and Mainz.
Hwang said: “I am waiting, nothing is decided yet.
“There will be more details to give you depending on the financial situation of the team.
“It is true that offers have arrived from Nantes and West Ham as well.”
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