One year after AFC Bournemouth player failed to transfer to Manchester United, Joshua King continued to attract interest in the Premier League.
West Ham United are looking for a new striker, and after selling Sebastian Haller to Ajax this month, their search for a new No. 9 has become more intense.
The Hammers have identified the Norwegian international as one of their forward targets in the winter market.
Reports coming out of England have explained Burnley are interested in the 29-year-old and these claims have been relayed by Sporten in Norway. The outlet then provides their own information on the Cherries player.
It is said that the host’s “wish” is to join Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s camp, but “may not happen” in the ongoing window.
Even if possible, David Moyes tried to stop it because he “wanted” him to sing for West Ham United.
As the contract expires at the end of the season, Bournemouth has only a short week to profit from the King’s deal.