Benrahma 'fails West Ham medical' to put £25m move in jeopardy

Said Benrahma ‘fails West Ham medical’ to put £25m move from Brentford in jeopardy on deadline-day

  • Said Benrahma was expected to complete a £25m deal to join West Ham
  • West Ham have reportedly been dealt a late blow ahead of Friday’s deadline 
  • The Brentford winger is said to have failed his medical on Friday morning
  • West Ham are still hoping to resolve the transfer before the 5pm deadline 

Said Benrahma’s £25m move to West Ham could be in jeopardy after he reportedly failed his medical.

The 25-year-old Brentford winger was set to complete the second part of his medical on Friday morning, prior to signing a five-year contract with the Hammers.

However the Daily Mirror have reported that there has been a late setback in the move for the Algerian star.

Said Benrahma was expected to join West Ham from Brentford before the domestic deadline

It is reported that Benrahma failed his medical early on Friday morning, but they are still working to make sure the deal goes through before the domestic deadline shuts at 5pm.  

A Brentford source reportedly told the Daily Mirror:  ‘Nothing has been done yet. Conversations are ongoing.’   

David Moyes is keen to strengthen his side with the acquisition of Benrahma who has impressed for the Championship club.

David Moyes is keen to strengthen his West Ham side with the acquisition of the Algerian star

Benrahma impressed in the Championship last season scoring 17 goals with ten assists

Benrahma ironed out issues over a bonus payment with Brentford earlier in the week, while personal terms were discussed on Wednesday evening. 

The Hammers were confident they could get the deal across the line but now face a race against the clock to sign the highly-rated winger. 

Benrahma was a standout performer in the Championship last season, netting 17 goals as well as recording 10 assists as they just missed out on promotion. 

If West Ham are able to pull off the move, it would come as another huge blow to the Bees, who had already lost Ollie Watkins to Aston Villa in a £33m deal early last month.




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