West Ham have reportedly had an offer accepted for Celta Vigo attacker Maxi Gomez.
According to Sky Sports, the Hammers have seen their £29million bid accepted for the centre-forward.
It is understood that Celta Vigo have also accepted the same offer from Valencia.
The report details that he’s a long-term target of West Ham and Hammers boss manager Manuel Pellegrini reignited interest in him this summer.
Gomez scored 13 goals in 36 games across all competitions for Celta Vigo last season, while he managed a tally of 18 in the 2017/18 campaign.
The 22-year-old is a Uruguay international who is clinical in front of goal and built up a solid reputation in La Liga.
West Ham have already signed Pablo Fornals this summer to mark an impressive start to the window and the capture of Gomez would be an equally quality addition.
The striker is still a young talent that has a lot of potential and his strength and power could make him a success at the London Stadium.
With an offer reportedly accepted for him by La Liga outfit Celta Vigo, it looks like it will be up to the South American to decide his future step for next season and whether he fancies a crack in England.