West Ham United are going to sign Josh King from Bournemouth, according to reports.
The 28-year-old forward has been a target for many clubs during this season. However, it seems the Irons are set to win the competition for his signature. The Premier League club are ready to pay around £10 million for a footballer who has shown impressive results playing for the Cherries in recent campaigns.
West Ham had planned to strengthen the squad before the transfer deadline day but have currently been forced into the domestic market. The Hammers also want to find a defender to bolster their ranks, but the signing of King looks like a great addition for the Cockney Boys.
The Norwegian international made 48 appearances for the Norway national team, netting 17 goals, and is considered as a creative, technical, and advanced playmaker.
King performed quite well at the Vitality Stadium too, as in 171 appearances for Bournemouth he scored 50 goals and made 17 assists.