Sporting and West Ham resolve differences

Paola Ditto
Dicembre 7, 2017

West Ham United may be set to renew their interest in Sporting Lisbon midfielder William Carvalho after relations between the two clubs have been repaired, according to the Sun.

The Hammers announced over the summer that they had lodged an official bid with the Portugues side for Carvalho.

Now, with their differences seemingly sorted out, West Ham could once again rekindle their interest in the Portugal global.

Former manager Slaven Bilic was a keen admirer of Carvalho - with a potential deal for the 25-year-old being the reason behind the controversy between the two teams - and his replacement David Moyes appears to also be interested.

However, West Ham have since released a statement to confirm that the issues between the two clubs were nothing more than a "misunderstanding".

Despite the two clubs being able to build bridges after their summer fallout, a deal to get Carvalho to the London Stadium could still prove hard.

The east London club claimed to have made a bid for the player while Sporting's club president Bruno de Carvalho claimed that no bid was made that the Hammers lied. "West Ham and Sporting Clube de Portugal acknowledge that a breakdown in communication... in respect of a possible transfer of William Carvalho was the cause of a misunderstanding".

"Subsequent to this, the clubs have had positive communications and the matter is now resolved".

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