West Ham United's striker search could be heading for a positive conclusion...
West Ham United's striker search could be set for a positive conclusion, Jack Sullivan has suggested on Twitter.
In a series of posts, Sullivan, the son of Hammers co-chairman David, revealed that not one but two deals are in the offing this month.
According to the teenager, Carlos Bacca will decide on a move to the Olympic Stadium within 48 hours, after a fee was agreed with the Colombian's club, AC Milan.
Bacca's decision imminent?
And Sullivan added that only a work permit is holding up a deal for Deportivo Maldonado front man Jonathan Calleri - the outcome of which will be determined in "a week's time".
Calleri could be new signing number 2
We have agreed a fee with AC Milan on Bacca and he has said, he will tell us in the next 48 hours if he is coming!!— Jack Sullivan (@jsullivanwhu) 20 July 2016
Calleri has agreed to come however, it is subject to a work permit application in a weeks time.— Jack Sullivan (@jsullivanwhu) 20 July 2016
Slaven Bilic's side have openly pursued attacking reinforcements this summer, with a string of names linked with moves to east London.
However, the Irons appear to have settled on the South American duo, whose moves will likely lead to the exits of Diafra Sakho and Enner Valencia.
Sakho is said to want out of West Ham
Bacca, a double Europa League winner with Sevilla, scored 18 goals in his only Serie A season to date, while Calleri recently notched 12 goals in 16 appearances on loan to Brazilian side Sao Paulo.
The Hammers are looking strong ahead of their stadium move