West Ham have revived their interest in Sevilla midfielder Joan Jordan, according to La Razon. The Spanish website reports that the Hammers will get involved in the race for the Spaniard.
Arsenal have been linked with the 26-year-old in recent days, while the likes of Barcelona, Roma, AC Milan and Napoli are also thought to be weighing bids for the player.
Jordan was previously a target for West Ham in 2019 when he opted to make the move to Sevilla instead, but they have apparently been keeping tabs on the midfielder’s progress over the past eighteen months.
However, La Razon report that the player may now command a fee in the region of €35m (£31m) which would surely price the Irons out of the race for the former Eibar midfielder.
Manager David Moyes is said to be prioritising a striker this month, with Bournemouth’s Joshua King thought to be top of the club’s list of transfer targets. An approach for Jordan, in contrast, looks very unlikely due to the lack of transfer funds.