West Ham United are keen on signing Dusan Tadic this summer, according to The London Evening Standard.
Southampton winger Dusan Tadic is among West Ham’s top targets for the upcoming summer transfer window as the East London club look to build on their disappointing 11th place finish and compete for the European spots.
West Ham are willing to part ways with Robert Snodgrass, according to this report, to bring in Dusan Tadic.
The 28-year-old has played 98 Premier League games for Southampton, notching fourteen goals and contributing with twenty four assists.
Able to play as a central attacking midfielder or as a winger, Tadic provides technical ability and creativity in the midfield ranks.
The Serbian international could be flogged by Southampton this summer with West Ham keeping their tabs on his situation and possibly preparing a move to bring him to The London Stadium – where he scored in Southampton’s victory over the Hammers last season.
West Ham have already snapped up Pablo Zabaleta on a free transfer this summer and Premier League forward duo Michy Batshuayi (Chelsea) and Kelechi Iheanacho (Manchester City) are the other two top targets for West Ham.
Batshuayi would be a loan move while Iheanacho is likely to move for about £20m this summer.