Scamacca has been heavily linked with a move away from Sassuolo this summer, with at least two clubs vying for his signature.


Paris Saint-Germain are interested, but the Parisians do not want to meet Sassuolo’s €50m asking price at the moment.



West Ham are pushing for his signature and have reportedly offered an initial fee of €40m to Sassuolo this summer.


But according to French sports daily L’Equipe, the Hammers’ first bid is less than the €40m figure being reported at the moment.



The east London club have indeed made their move and are in talks with Sassuolo over the structure of the deal and the potential add-ons.


West Ham are also prepared to outbid PSG for Scamacca, but for the moment the forward is not convinced.



The Italy international would prefer to stay in Serie A and is more open to a move to PSG at the moment if he is to leave Italy.


West Ham are working towards agreeing on a deal with Sassuolo before trying to convince Scamacca.