AC Milan striker Carlos Bacca recently met his agent to discuss his potential move to West Ham, but is still keen to wait for an offer from Paris Saint-Germain.

West Ham have had an agreement in place with AC Milan for weeks, but they have so far struggled to convince the Colombian hitman to agree to a move to England.

They have already been rebuked by Bacca earlier this summer, but the Hammers rekindled their interest in him last week after it emerged that the striker is reconsidering their offer.

And according to Italian daily Gazzetta dello Sport, Bacca, who is currently on holiday, met his agent in Ibiza, and discussed accepting West Ham’s offer to play in England next season.

While the Colombian is warming up to the idea of joining West Ham, he still wants to play Champions League football, and is expecting to receive an offer from French champions PSG.  


West Ham have offered him a four-year contract worth €5m per season, and are still hopeful of seeing him in their colours in the coming month.

The Hammers have agreed to pay €30m for Bacca, and any new suitors would have to match West Ham’s offer to sign the Colombian as the Rossoneri are not prepared to accept anything less than the stated figure.

Bacca joined AC Milan from Sevilla last summer, and scored 20 goals in all competitions last season.