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23/12/2018 - 21:57 BST

Gabigol Tells Super Agent To Stop West Ham Talks, Inter Stay To Be Explored

 




West Ham United target Gabigol has told super agent Kia Joorabchian to put a stop to negotiations over a move to the Hammers as he looks to explore whether he can have a future at Inter. 

Manuel Pellegrini has been linked with wanting the Brazilian striker, while Crystal Palace and Everton have also been credited with an interest.




Inter have made clear that they want to offload Gabigol when he returns in Italy following the end of his loan at Brazilian club Santos.

But, according to Italian outlet FcInterNews.it, Gabigol has not given up on making an impact at Inter.
 


He is claimed to have told agent Joorabchian to bring talks with West Ham to a stop, even if only temporarily, as he looks to see if there is a future for him at Inter.

Gabigol wants to hold talks with Inter coach Luciano Spalletti on 7th January, when he returns to Italy.
 


It remains to be seen whether Inter might rethink their stance on Gabigol, or will reiterate their position.

Gabigol has also attracted interest from other clubs, including Turkish giants Fenerbahce, and no fewer than four sides in Brazil.