West Ham United midfielder Sofiane Feghouli is near to leaving the club with Serie A side Roma interested in the player, according to The Mirror.
The 27-year-old has not made the expected impact, making 15 appearances for the East London side, getting only one goal and a single assist.
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The Algerian missed out on a place at the African Cup of Nations due to his disappointing performances for the Hammers.
Feghouli moved from Valencia to the London Stadium on a free transfer over the summer, signing a three-year deal with the club.
However, it seems that West Ham are looking to cut their losses and are willing to let the player leave.
Roma have reportedly offered the player a loan deal until the end of the season, with an option to buy at the end.
The Hammers allegedly want to secure a replacement before letting him go, with Robert Snodgrass of Hull City top of their list.
With a deal on the table for Feghouli, West Ham may be tempted to accept, but the fact that it’s a loan deal may lead the club to turn down the offer as they are clearly looking to get him off their books for good.