According to SportWitness by way of quite a lot of European shops, Silkeborg IF ace Frederik Alves is lastly on the point of securing a long-awaited transfer to West Ham.
Danish newspaper Midtjyllands Avis now report that the 21-year-old has stated his farewells to his teammates, with the centre-back not a part of the squad for at the moment’s conflict towards Skive.
Midtjyllands Avis additionally add that Alves, who was born and bred in Denmark however is of Brazilian descent, will journey to the United Kingdom quickly.
SportWitness importantly reported by way of Ekstra Bladet earlier this month that West Ham will keep away from lacking out on the ace being ineligible by way of new Brexit transfer guidelines by agreeing the deal earlier than January 31.
Finally SportWitness reported by way of Danish outlet BT that the deal will probably be price between 10 and 12 million Kroner – which equates to round £1.2 to £1.45m on the present alternate charges.
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Alves has made eight appearances this season, serving to his aspect to six wins, two of which had been accompanied by clear sheets.
The 6ft2 defender hasn’t featured since November 1 although, with it unclear if he’s recovered from harm as of but.
Alves is a present worldwide for Denmark at Under-21s degree, profitable 5 caps to date.
Alves will enhance David Moyes’ centre-back ranks, which at present consist of 4 pure choices in Angelo Ogbonna, Issa Diop, Fabian Balbuena and Watford loanee Craig Dawson.
If the aforementioned charge of between £1.2m to £1.45m is correct, Alves is a low-cost possibility that would have huge upside for the Hammers.