West Ham United are interested in signing Real Betis midfielder Victor Camarasa this summer, per Sport Witness.
The Hammers are one of a number of Premier League clubs interested in signing the Spaniard, who spent the season on loan at Cardiff City.
Both Wolves and Leicester City are also mentioned as potential suitors.
West Ham are said to have registered their interest in signing the 24-year-old, who scored five goals and laid on four assists in a difficult season for Neil Warnock’s men.
Camarasa is said to be keeping his options open, however, with interest likely from Spain, Italy and Germany this summer.
Marko Arnautovic needs a player like Camarasa at West Ham.
Per WhoScored, the midfielder averaged 1.6 chances created per game at Cardiff and also laid on four assists.
That latter number is perhaps so low because of the dearth of genuine quality at the Welsh club; Camarasa was actually the club’s joint-top scorer alongside Bobby De Cordova-Reid.
A move to the Irons, though, where Arnautovic can finish the chances that the Spaniard puts on a plate for him, should see his number of assists rise exponentially.
It is a win-win for the player, and for the Austrian; both David Gold and David Sullivan need to make this happen.