West Ham’s asking price for Benrahma deters Wolves, Fulham, and Lyon

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Written By Maya Cantina

According to sources at Football Insider, West Ham has set a price tag of £20 million for attacker Said Benrahma, which has deterred interested clubs. Premier League teams Wolves and Fulham, as well as Ligue 1 side Lyon, are among the clubs interested in signing the 28-year-old this month. However, all three clubs believe that West Ham’s valuation is too high. Lyon is particularly keen on bringing Benrahma back to France and is considering an initial loan deal with an option or obligation to buy in the summer. Wolves, on the other hand, are unlikely to meet West Ham’s asking price and may focus on loan signings instead due to Financial Fair Play issues. Fulham has the funds for a £20 million deal but is unsure if it represents good value for money. Benrahma will remain with West Ham until June 2026 and has recorded just one assist in 21 appearances this season.

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