Bacca discusses why he rejected ‘very good’ West Ham offer

Date published: Wednesday 14th September 2016 10:52

Carlos Bacca AC Milan

Carlos Bacca has discussed why he rejected West Ham’s “very good” offer to remain at AC Milan in the summer.

West Ham were understood to have agreed a fee in the region of £25million with AC Milan for Bacca, only for the striker to turn down a move to East London.

The Hammers eventually landed Simone Zaza on loan from Juventus, while Bacca has started all three of Milan’s opening Serie A fixtures, scoring a hat-trick in the opening win over Torino.

Speaking to Spanish outlet Cadena Ser, the Colombia international said: “The offer of West Ham was very good I thought.

“I thought about my family, about how we would fit and problems that a South American soccer player can have in terms of the non-EU passport.”

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