West Ham United are hopeful of starting their Olympic Stadium revolution with the signing of Spanish youngster Victor Camarasa, according to reports from the Brentwood Gazette
West Ham United have shown a lot of ambition this season with the signings of the likes of Dimitri Payet, Pedro Obiang and Angelo Ogbonna among others, while bringing in a manager of Slaven Bilic’s stature has also elevated the profile of the club.
Now with the Hammers set to make a move to the Olympic Stadium at the start of next season, it is believed that they will be looking to bring in a number of marquee players to the club and the London side have already been linked with a £45million double swoop for Liverpool duo Daniel Sturridge and Christian Benteke.
Camarasa wanted by West Ham United
In a fresh link, it has been revealed that West Ham are now targeting another quality player in the form of Spanish Under-21 international Victor Camarasa.
Camarasa is currently plying his trade for Levante and has managed to earn a reputation as one of the finest holding midfielders in Spain following his performances for the La Liga side over the past two seasons.
As a result, a host of top clubs have been monitoring Camarasa over a potential move and now according to reports from the Brentwood Gazette, West Ham United are keen on securing the services of the 21-year old next season.