West Ham United’s swoop for FC Nordsjaelland winger Ibrahim Osman is not completely off yet, according to Sky Sports News.


David Moyes is an admirer of wide man Osman and West Ham have been attempting to do a deal to bring him to the London Stadium.


Nordsjaelland’s demands for £20m though looked to have collapsed the deal, especially as West Ham are not convinced he can make an instant impact in the Premier League.




The switch though is not completely off and is more stalled than collapsed at present.


Whether common ground can be found to put it back on track and take Osman to West Ham remains to be seen.



The winger also has other admirers in the Premier League and could yet end up in the English top flight even if he does not join West Ham.


Osman has made 29 appearances across all competitions for Nordsjaelland this season, scoring four times and providing five assists.



The Danish side are determined he will only leave on a deal this month which represents his true value.