As Sky Sports reveals, West Ham have reportedly rejected an offer from the Mexican side Tigres for their attacker Enner Valencia.
The Hammers are looking for ways to offload the player who was deemed surplus to requirements by manager Slaven Bilic. However, they are also keen on returning at least a part of the money they invested in the Ecuadorian international a few years ago.
The 27-year-old joined West Ham from Pachuca for £12.5 million in 2014, but he struggled to nail a definite spot in the starting lineup and his performances were severely lacking in consistency. Over the course of his stay at the London Stadium, Valencia made 66 appearances and has scored only 10 goals.
He spent the last season on loan at Everton, but they were not willing to extend his stay at Goodison Park and there was no offer for making the deal permanent.
Reportedly, West Ham will remain in talks with Tigres, hoping that the deal could be agreed in the next few days.