The AC Milan striker has been linked to PSG, with West Ham already said to be keen.
- AC Milan's Carlos Bacca celebrates after scoring a goal.
The Hammers are keen to add a striker to their squad this summer as they look to build on a strong first campaign under Slaven Bilic.
They have been linked with a number of strikers across Europe as a result and have already seen a bid for Lyon star Alexandre Lacazette rejected by the French club.
One of the men they have reportedly targeted is AC Milan forward Carlos Bacca, who has been linked with an exit away from the Italians this summer.
Indeed, just a week ago Sky Sport’s Gianluca di Marzio was claiming that his agent had flown into London to discuss a move to the Olympic Stadium.
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But it appears they are not the only ones chasing his signature, with Ligue 1 champions Paris Saint Germain now ready to make a move.
That report comes from Gazzetta World, who claim that they will target the Colombian should Sevilla boss Unai Emery replace Laurent Blanc at the club.
They will need to pay big for his signature though, with the Italian media outlet claiming it may take more than €30million, around £23million, to make Milan sanction a sale.