Stuttgart marksman talks up possibility of Upton Park switch.
Bosnian international Vedad Ibisevic has talked up the possibility of a move to join West Ham with the Stuttgart forward openly discussing interest the Premier League side have shown in his services according to the Daily Express.
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Habitually ‘under-fire’ Hammers boss Sam Allardyce moved to strengthen his attack after Andy Carroll suffered a new long term injury blow in the summer, with the likes of Mauro Zarate, Enner Valencia and Diafra Sakho all moving to Upton Park.
However that may not prevent the east London side from moving for 30 year old Bundesliga forward Ibisevic, with the former 30 year old clearly interested in such a move, stating;
“I stayed but you never know, if a good offer comes in, I may leave.
“West Ham wanted me, but Stuttgart did not want to sell this summer.
“I have bigger ambitions so that is why I may yet leave.”
Ibisevic has been a consistent goal-scorer since moving to Germany in 2006, scoring 54 goals in 135 appearances for Hoffenheim and registering 47 goals in 95 appearances for Stuttgart.
The experienced attacker also scored at this summer’s World Cup finals against eventual finalists Argentina.