Feyenoord defender Marcos Senesi has agreed personal terms with Bournemouth, who are moving closer to having an offer accepted by his current club.
It has emerged in recent days that Bournemouth and Premier League rivals West Ham are interested in signing Senesi, so much so that Feyenoord soon accepted that he’d be leaving the club in this transfer window.
Bournemouth’s interest was reported first, and it now looks likely that they’ll be the ones to secure the services of the Argentine.
According to Fabrizio Romano, personal terms have now been agreed between the club and the player, and talks with Feyenoord are in progress.
The Rotterdam club have put a price tag of €15 million on him, and it has been reported that Bournemouth are willing to pay such a fee.
Whether West Ham will contact the player and make an offer too is unclear, but they’re now running out of time to do.