Manuel Pellegrini must part ways with another big chunk of cash if he wants the attacking midfielder
Sevilla have warned West Ham they will have to pay Franco Vazquez’s
£35m release clause if they want to sign him this summer.
The Hammers have expressed an interest in the attacking midfielder as they continue their major recruitment drive.
Lazio star Felipe Anderson is in talks with the club over a £40million move and they want to add Vazquez too.
Manager Manuel Pellegrini is a big fan of the Italy international, who has been in Spain for two seasons.
But, according to Estadio Deportivo, if West Ham want to sign Vazquez it will cost them £35million.
Sevilla are demanding the Hammers pay the 29-year-old’s current release clause in full, which is €40million (£35m), and they will not settle for less than that.
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