West Ham United are going to battle Everton and Wolverhampton Wanderers for the signing of Al-Ahli striker Djaniny this summer.
Portuguese news outlet A Bola via HITC, reports that the three Premier League club are interested in securing a swoop for the forward ahead of next season.
His brilliant performance has caught the eye of many suitors and West Ham are reportedly keen on securing his signature this summer.
The Hammers are looking to enter into the transfer market for a new striker, following reports that Marko Arnautovic have hand in a transfer request last January.
However, the Austrian forward failed to secure his move to China and ended up staying at the London Stadium but it’s believe he could be on the move this summer.
The report adds that Everton have been keeping tabs on the 28-year-old, whilst the Hammers have already lodged in a transfer request.
Djaniny has 28 international appearances for his country, Cape Verde, and have scored five goals at international level.
So far this season, he has 20 goals in 21 games for Al-Ahli, which has attracted interest from a host of clubs with West Ham ahead in the race for his signature.