The Argentine scored his first goal for the club this weekend.
West Ham United’s struggling loanee Jonathan Calleri finally scored his first goal for the club this weekend. The Argentine added the third as West Ham beat Middlesbrough 3-1 at the Riverside Stadium.
The Argentine has struggled to have an impact at West Ham and has recently been linked with a move to Spanish side Las Palmas.
West Ham United's Jonathan Calleri celebrates scoring their third goal
He spoke to Italian paper Corriere dello Sport about his future today. He admitted that he was unsure about his future and that the situation will be resolved shortly:
"I do not know yet if I will go playing at Las Palmas, the situation should be resolved shortly."
It was reported by Marca earlier this month that the La Liga side are set to beat league rivals Sevilla to his signature, as they have a better relationship with the investment group that oversees Calleri’s career.
West Ham United's Jonathan Calleri shoots wide
The Guardian is reporting that the Argentine has four other teams chasing after his signature this month. Italian outfits Fiorentina and Sampdoria as well as Turkish giants Galatasaray and Brazilian club Gremio are all keen on the player.
But it remains to be seen if his first goal for the club precipitates an upturn in his West Ham form and a potential stay in London.