West Ham and Valencia are in a tug of war over Celta Vigo striker Maxi Gomez, as reported by the Daily Telegraph.
It seems that the hitman cannot make his mind up and it genuinely remains up in the air who will land him this summer.
But it appears that Valencia chief Anil Murthy is losing patience with Gomez’s indecisiveness, according to Spanish outlet AS.
Speaking at the unveiling of goalkeeper Jasper Cillessen, Murthy said: “We want players who are fully convinced of being in our project and who grow with us.
“We want committed people like Cillessen, who wanted to be part of the Valencia family and since he learned of the interest, did not listen to other proposals.”
This one genuinely looks to be on a knife edge and could still go either way. Gomez seems genuinely undecided and that looks to be wearing Valencia’s patience.
Gomez has two offers from good clubs on the table and understandably wants to take his time to consider his options.
But obviously that can come across the wrong way to supporters and staff who want new players to be desperate to join their club.
Some Hammers may even have early frustration with Gomez for not instantly being 100 per cent sold on coming to the London Stadium, but he’s taking his time to make the right call.