West Ham United target Carlos Bacca has provided an update on his potential transfer situation.
The AC Milan striker has been the subject of a £26million bid made by the Hammers, but as we brought you yesterday, there has been in a stumbling block in the negotiations after a sizeable gap between the strikers wage demands and West Hams offer.
This has brought Atletico Madrid and Valencia, but in an interview with AS, Bacca said:
My future is in the hands of God. We all know that I have a contract with Milan for four years.
There are offers and there is interest from clubs in the leagues of England, Spain, Italy, France and Germany.
It is not easy to make a decision. We have time, we are calm. My representative is in contact with the clubs and with Milan.
The Columbian was AC Milan’s top goalscorer last season after transferring from Sevilla last summer.