By Tom Blackburn
Inter Milan are weighing up a £38million bid for West Ham superstar Dimitri Payet, according to a report.
Payet has been the focal point for much speculation after following up his stunning debut season at Upton Park with some eyecatching displays for France at Euro 2016.
The Daily Mail claim Inter Milan are considering a £38million offer for Payet and that many other teams remain interested in one of Europe’s most in-demand stars.
Inter have recently been bought out by Chinese company Suning Commerce Group, which has been followed by a £220million investment and the Italian side are keen to marquee signing for Roberto Mancini’s squad.
Football Insider last week reported that West Ham chiefs have a price tag in mind needed to prise the golden boy away from East London.
Payet arrived at West Ham last summer for £11million and lit up the Premier League to such an extent that he signed an improved contract in February that made him the best-paid player in the club’s history.
The France international has scored 12 times in just 38 games in all competitions this season including an array of high quality free kicks; most notably against Manchester United the in FA Cup and Crystal Palace in the Premier League.
He has continued that form for his country at Euro 2016, scoring two goals in the group stages and a further goal against Iceland in the quarter-final.
In other West Ham news, they are in talks to clinch a deal for a midfielder after impressive displays.