Aurora midfielder Daniel Camacho says he very happy to be linked with a move for West Ham. Reports in Bolivia in recent days have suggested that the Hammers are keen on snapping up the 20-year-old to become part of their Under 23 side.
When asked about the possibility of moving to England, the central midfield player said he didn’t know much about the offer but he is hoping to make the switch:
“I already had a very good offer from Corinthians a few years ago. It is a very large team from Brazil, but, honestly, this is bigger. I’m excited, although I can’t comment much either.”
Not much is known about Camacho. He is currently on loan at Aurora from another Bolivian club called The Strongest. It has been reported that the move has come about because of Aurora goalkeeper Agustin Cousillas. The shot-stopper is the son of Ruben Cousillas who is Manuel Pellegrini‘s assistant.
Considering Camacho is a non-EU player, there may be complications as to whether he can get a work permit, and it remains to be seen if this deal will be finalised.