West Ham United are reportedly confident that Manuel Lanzini will put pen to paper on a lucrative new deal.
West Ham United are reportedly confident that Manuel Lanzini will sign a new deal to remain at the club.
The Argentina international will be offered a new contract worth £70,000 per week to keep him at the London Stadium in the long term, according to the Evening Standard.
West Ham recently secured the services of Pedro Obiang and Angelo Ogbonna until 2022 by locking the duo into new deals and are now said to be turning their attention to Lanzini.
Lanzini, who joined the Hammers from Al Jazira in the summer of 2015, was named as the club's player of the season last summer and has been a key figure for them since the departure of Dimitri Payet.
West Ham, who have already signed Pablo Zabaleta from Manchester City this summer, are reportedly mulling over bids for Burnley striker Andre Gray and Chelsea's Michy Batshuayi.
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