West Ham have reportedly set their sights on Italy midfield starlet Lorenzo Crisetig, owned by Inter and Parma.
The 21-year-old spent this season on loan with Serie B side Crotone, but already caught the eye of Cesare Prandelli.
He scored two goals in seven Under-21 appearances and, despite not playing for the senior Italy squad yet, has been included in a recent round of fitness tests for the World Cup.
According to Tuttomercatoweb, West Ham United are the latest club to have put Crisetig on their wish-list.
He has been linked with several Bundesliga clubs, while he is currently co-owned between Inter and Parma.
Any decision over his future will have to wait until after these two sides work out who will own him outright come July.
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