West Ham United
Brahimi’s performances for Porto over recent years have attracted interest from multiple European clubs,
According to Zero Zero & O Jogo, Porto are sticking to their guns and do not wish to sell the player for less than his release clause of €60m, a fee which new West Ham boss Manuel Pellegrini considers to be excessive.
It’s understood that officials from West Ham have arrived in Porto to sit down with the club to discuss the player’s future, but things appear to be heading in the right direction for West Ham, with Brahimi having previously admitted he’s keen to test himself in the Premier League.
The Algerian’s contract runs out next summer, and barring an extension it seems the Portuguese club are resigned to losing one of their star men. Should West Ham manage to sign the winger the club will have added an exciting attacker who appears to be just hitting his peak at 28.