The probability of West Ham signing a contract agreement with Fulham striker Aleksandar Mitrovic is close to five percent, as indicated by dependable source Claret and foreverwestham.
The £60,000 seven days Serbian is comprehended to be one of various striking choices that the Hammers are seeing this summer, however the odds of him winding up at the London Stadium would show up genuinely thin.
In a report on Everton’s clear enthusiasm for marking the forward, the outlet uncovered that a club insider had put the Irons’ odds of getting Mitrovic at “close to five percent as it stands at present.”
This will come as somewhat of a blow the Hammers. Clearly, they have a reasonable couple of irons in the flame, and their summer won’t be characterized by whether they can sign him, however you would need to state that he is actually the sort of player who could do extraordinary things at West Ham, and it would be a disgrace to pass up him.
The enormous Serbian is a physical power with a shedload of potential, and on paper he looks like only the figure expected to truly give a point of convergence to this Hammers side..
Five percent is low, no doubt about it, but on the other hand it is anything but a total refusal of it occurring, and if several things change all over, if a few clubs drop out of the bidding or if the Hammers themselves reassess their needs, that could all change in all respects rapidly. A lot of legs in this one yet.