Former Manchester City striker Edin Dzeko could be on his way back to the Premier League if the latest reports surrounding his future is anything to go by.
West Ham United and Wolverhampton are the teams said to be interested in the player according to beIN Sports correspondent Tancredi Palmeri with both clubs wanting the player to join them this month.
The player is said to have fallen out with his manager at AS Roma Paulo Fonseca with the coach and the club ready to listen to offers for the player; Dzeko having been linked with a move to Juventus at the start of the month.
The 34-year-old however wants to move to a team that can guarantee him titles with the reports stating that he would reject an offer to return to the Premier League if Juventus can make a serious bid for his services.
Both the Premier League clubs know what Dzeko can do in front of a goal with the Bosnia international scoring 114 goals in 242 appearances he’s had for Roma since joining them in 2015. His record at City was something to be proud of too after bagging 50 goals in 130 games for the Citizens.
West Ham is in the market for a striker after losing Sebastien Haller to Ajax with Wolves looking for a player to fill the void left by Raul Jimenez who is recovering from surgery.