Carlos Bacca has not reached an agreement to move to West Ham United from AC Milan.

The Hammers have been chasing the Colombia international for most of the summer and thrashed out a €30m fee with AC Milan for Bacca some time ago.

But they have been struggling to convince the former Sevilla man to move to the Olympic Stadium, despite making numerous offers and attempts.

They have been trying again, but according to Italian daily Corriere della Sera, there is still no agreement in place between Bacca and West Ham.

AC Milan have been looking to sell Bacca to raise funds for their summer transfer plans, however with a takeover by a Chinese group imminent, the Rossoneri will have money to spend regardless of whether the striker leaves or not.


The picture has been further complicated for West Ham by the collapse of Diafra Sakho's scheduled switch to West Brom.

The former Metz striker had been due to join the Baggies in a £15m deal, but the move fell apart last week.

Sakho as a result is still at West Ham.