Simone Zaza came from Juventus to West Ham, initially on loan said the club’s co-owner’s son Jack Sullivan
The Juventus attacker landed in the team on loan but can be permanent on €25 million. Jack, son of David Sullivan, co-owner of the Premier League side is very keen to do the transfer as well as the official announcement as he knows the attackers experience will be of great help to his team.
West Ham was initially very upset after Andre Ayew gained an injury in his debut and the club was desperate to have a striker at any cost. Zaza came to the club on loan was revealed by Jack Sullivan and disclosed the matter as one of the tough signings.
"ZAZA signed," Jack posted in the social media, Tweeter.
"Full details on [West Ham] website tomorrow [Sunday]. One of the toughest deals ever to get across the line.”
"[€]5m loan fee, if he plays a small number of games it becomes a permanent 5 year deal and we pay another 20m euro plus additional add ons." He added.
As for the proof, the club’s co-owner’s son even posted a picture of the player with him, standing alongside.