Three reasons West Ham should steer clear of signing Brazilian forward

According to reports on Sport Witness, West Ham United are said to be battling with some of their Premier League rivals to sign Ludogorets forward Jonathan Cafu this summer.

The 25-year-old is said to be available for £10.2m after another impressive campaign for the Bulgarian outfit, and the Hammers, Leicester City and top flight new-boys Brighton and Hove Albion are all said to be keen on bringing the Brazilian attacker to England.

Irons manager Slaven Bilic is keen to strengthen his squad this summer in what has been a disappointing campaign, with his team struggling to adapt to life at the London Stadium as well as putting in a number of poor performances throughout the campaign.

One area he will be looking at in particular is in attack, where the club has sometimes struggled this term because of the injury problems for Andy Carroll and Diafra Sakho.

Here are three reasons West Ham should steer clear of signing Cafu…