The Honduran, Anthony ‘Choco’ Lozano, has shone in the return of Cádiz to the First Division of Spain, which is why it has raised the interest of West Ham, which would be willing to launch a millionaire offer by the Catracho striker, who excelled with a goal and an assist in Cádiz’s last game against Alavés.
According to Cádiz newspaper, the performances of the catracho with the Cadiz team have impressed the English club, which would put up to 15 million euros to get Lozano’s services, which has a current contract with Cádiz until June 2023.
Recently, Lozano received Spanish nationality, something that could open the doors for an eventual signing, since he would no longer occupy a position as an extra-community and the group led by David Moyes would be the main interested in taking the Central American attacker.
Until now, ‘El Choco’ has 3 goals and 2 assists in 14 games this season in LaLiga and has contributed to the scoreboard in recent matches against Valencia and Alavés, where he was also named MVP of the match, after dispatching with a goal and an assist for those led by Álvaro Cervera.
Cádiz does not want to get rid of Choco
After getting promotion to the First Division, Cádiz assured Lozano’s future until 2023 and although they are willing to listen to offers for their soccer player, It seems difficult that the Honduran can leave Spanish football at least in the winter market, because the Cadiz team wants to keep its base to fight for permanence.
After 18 dates, Cádiz is in ninth position in LaLiga with 23 units, quite far from the relegation zone and has achieved important victories against Real Madrid and Barcelona on their return to the top circuit.