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Sky Sports understands that Argentinian star Juan Roman Riquelme is on the verge of joining West Ham on a two-year deal.
The former Villarreal midfielder is ready to return to Europe after a three-year stint with domestic giants Boca Juniors.
Foootball agent, Barry McIntosh, has confirmed that no less than five Premier League clubs are interested in the 31-year-old, who retired from international duty after a fall-out with coach Diego Maradona.
Everton and Tottenham have enquired about Riquelme's availability in the last two years while Brazilian club Flamengo have already put an offer on the table.
But West Ham, who have already signed Germany international Thomas Hitzlsperger on a free transfer from Lazio this summer, are leading the race to secure Riquelme's services.
"There are at least four other English clubs in the equation," McIntosh told Sky Sports News.
"But I think the location of London, the challenge at West Ham and working beside the likes of Scott Parker and Thomas Hitzlsperger have been very important factors in him considering the move.
"Right now, we think the best option, the most likely, and the one he's most interested in is West Ham.
"I think for a foreign player of the magnitude of Riquelme, the lure of London is always going to be a deciding factor over any other club.
"So unless Arsenal come in then I think the most likely destination and the one Riquelme would be most interested in is West Ham."
Riquelme began his career at Boca before leaving for Barcelona in 2002, although he had an unsuccessful year at the Camp Nou.
He then joined Villarreal, initially on loan, and helped them reach the Champions League semi-finals on their debut in the competition in 2005/06.
Riquelme returned to Boca on loan in 2007 after falling out with then-Villarreal coach Manuel Pellegrini and led them to the 2007 Copa Libertadores before making a permanent return home in 2008.
Despite ruling himself out of contention for this summer's World Cup, Riquelme has remained in top form in Argentina and feels it is time to again take on the challenge of leading one of Europe's lesser forces, as he did at Villarreal.
"[A move] was unlikely a few weeks ago because Riquelme's No.1 club, where he is an idol, is Boca Juniors," McIntosh added. "He played for them on very small financial terms to satisfy the fans.
"But it's come to the position now where he feels he may have to look at all the other options that are being offered to him because he doesn't feel like he's getting value for money in terms of staying at Boca.
"That has alerted a number of other clubs from Brazil to Europe and even in Qatar, offering multi-million pound deals.
"But I think he'd like to be a part of the project of West Ham, and what David Sullivan and David Gold have got in mind for the future for the club, including the new stadium.
"In precise words, Riquelme has said that in terms of going to a club like Manchester United, it wouldn't really be an attraction to him because if he goes there they could win the Champions League - they've already done it - or they win the FA Cup - they've already done it.
"He wants to go to a club where he's going to make a mark."
Would be the best signing since Di Canio from Sheffield Wednesday all them moons ago.
Posted 07:45 16th June 2010
In other words he's a "kop out". It should not be about what the club has already won, but what he has won as an individual and could potentially win with a club. He turned down Man United last time for this very reason, along with the issue of him not finding Manchester an attractive destination. Personally, I think it's a shame that a player whom has had so much potental to be one of the greats has never taken the step to one of Europe's best clubs to prove himself and win major honours, that includes his brief stint at Barcelona. Good Luck at West Ham, you will need it...
Posted 23:05 15th June 2010
I will believe it when i see it
Posted 22:37 15th June 2010
would be a fantastic deal if we can get this world class star just hope its true..........
Posted 22:17 15th June 2010
New board, same mistakes. Bringing in Der Hammer - High Wages, now this? Well I look forward to seeing the downfall of West Ham Utd next season. This is by far 1 of the most gifted footballers in the world but there is a reason he isn't playing at a top club - his attitude. Big mistake but Gold / Sullivan deserve everything they get. Buying the club and slating the way its been ran then adding to the wages with players who don't play for top clubs for a reason.
Posted 20:03 15th June 2010
No problem with him joining us but its another midfielder we really need a couple of strikers who can give us 30 goals between them.
Posted 20:03 15th June 2010
If West Ham could pull this off it would be a brilliant signing for them. Riquelme is a legend and he also a brilliant playmaker whichever club he has played for. Yeah he is 31 but if Maradona was not in charge of Argentina he would be in South Africa as he is that influential. It would be great to see him in the Premier League and watch out for his free-kicks, he is one of the best at getting them in the back of the net. Hitzlsperger and Riquelme? Thumbs up to West Ham, im well jealous.
Posted 19:05 15th June 2010
Wow, Riquelme for West ham. that would be amazing. I feel if the transfer does happen i can envisage west ham in the top half and after a couple of season they would be in the champion league. The news is fantastic for West ham fans. He is pure top class.
Posted 18:56 15th June 2010
Love this guy as a playmaker, great vision and immense ability to put in a defense cutting pass, wanted him at united after Seba Veron left for Chelski to run our mid-field, whilst he is getting on in years and lets be honest hasn't been playing in the most competitive of leagues in argentina he is still a great player and will make an excellent addition to west ham.
Posted 18:11 15th June 2010
Oh no not again!!!! Look what happened tast tie we signed an Argentinian!!!!
Posted 18:02 15th June 2010
This is excellent news. Juan would be a great signing for any top flight club, for example Man Utd! Riquelme is a class midfielder and a great playmaker and with him and Scotty Parker in the centre Riquelme can push forward for Scotty to cover. We need a playmaker in our team and he could be the man to pull all the strings. Also the positive signing on Thomas means we could possibly push him out to the left wing. And if we keep Behrami we will have a class midfield. Behrami on the right, Parker & Riquelme in the centre possibly with the diamond formation and Hitzlsperger on the left! UP THE IRONS!!
Posted 17:35 15th June 2010
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