Arsenal are now showing interest in AC Milan striker Carlos Bacca, who is wanted by West Ham United.

The Hammers have already agreed a fee of €30m with AC Milan for the Colombia international, but he has been stalling on providing the Premier League club with his answer over the personal terms put his way.

Bacca prefers a move to Spain and has been waiting to see if Atletico Madrid make good on their interest for him – but now there is another player in town.

According to Italian daily Gazzetta dello Sport, Arsene Wenger's Arsenal are now showing interest in Bacca.

Gunners boss Wenger is keen to add another striker to his ranks and failed to tempt Leicester City's Jamie Vardy to the Emirates Stadium earlier this summer.


Arsenal have also been linked with Napoli's Gonzalo Higuain, but he would be an expensive option, with the Italian side demanding his release clause of €94m is met, while Juventus are also keen.

It remains to be seen if Arsenal now firm up their interest with a bid and rival West Ham for Bacca.