West Ham have walked away from a deal to sign Emerson Palmieri after baulking at the Chelsea left-back’s wage demands.
Advanced negotiations with Chelsea had been conducted over a fee for Emerson, who is not in Thomas Tuchel’s plans this season, and West Ham were optimistic about their chances of completing the deal.
However, West Ham have cooled their interest in the Italy left-back after speaking to him about personal terms. Emerson wants a significant raise to make the move across London. West Ham are not willing to meet the 28-year-old’s demands and, while there is a chance they could revisit the issue before the window shuts, they are now looking at other left-back targets.
David Moyes, whose side play the first leg of their Europa League Conference playoff against the Danish…
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