West Ham are plotting a January move for Inter Milan striker Diego Milito, according to Talk Sport.
The 34-year-old Argentine’s current deal at Internazionale is due to expire at the end of this term and the report claims, Inter want to sell the striker when the transfer window re-opens in January.
It has been reported that, West Ham manager Sam Allardyce is desperate to bring him to the premier league, as The Hammers are struggling to make an impact without the services of Andy Carroll with a double fracture in his right foot and Milito is considered as the suitable back-up scope for West Ham United.
The striker, Milito has proved himself with his outstanding performance in through the season of Serie A. He’s scored 64 goals in 113 appearances. Although, he has been capped 25 times for his country, Argentina.
The Hammers are currently sit fourth from the bottom in premier league table and ready to host a clash against Sunderland on Saturday 14 December, 15:00 GMT.