The £17million Spanish star suggests he’s open to West Ham transfer

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Gerard Deulofeu has played down reports of a Premier League return with West Ham United but admits he is open to considering a move away from Serie A side Udinese, speaking to Diario AS.

After shining on and off at Barcelona, ​​AC Milan, Everton and Watford, one of European football’s most enigmatic forwards is finally starting to shine every week just days away from turning 29.and birthday.

With 12 Serie A goals to his name, this is the most prolific league campaign of Deulofeu’s senior career.

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And Calciomercato claim West Ham have contacted Udinese to inquire about the availability of their snake-hipped Spain international.

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“At the moment, these are just rumours,” Deulofeu said when asked to comment on reports suggesting he could leave the Dacia Arena soon.

“I admit that I would like to take the plunge but everything has its process and I am very happy at Udinese. I am 28 years old and the best of my career is yet to come.

“Yes (it’s the best season of my career) and I know why. Before I was very inconsistent, now I’m at a point in my life where everything I do has meaning.

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£17million-rated Deulofeu, who fired Watford to the 2019 FA Cup final with a riveting second-half performance against Wolves a few years ago, could reunite with close friend Pablo Fornals if West Ham step up interest .

Moreover, Deulofeu’s agent has already reached an agreement with Udinese owners regarding a possible summer departure.

“There is a great relationship with the Pozzo family,” says the representative Corriere dello Sport.

“But we all agree that next year for Deulofeu could be the one that takes a big leap forward. There is no possibility that can be ruled out.

“Today he is the best Deulofeu of all time.”

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In other news, Rio Ferdinand says Tottenham would be ‘crazy’ not to sign the ‘phenomenal’ 22-year-old