West Ham boss David Moyes ‘has concerns’ over Gianluca Scamacca transfer after striker’s dad SMASHED UP Roma stars’ cars


WEST HAM boss David Moyes reportedly “has concerns” about signing Gianluca Scamacca – because the striker’s dad SMASHED UP Roma stars’ cars.

The Hammers have lodged a £34million bid for the Sassuolo star.

Gianluca Scamacca is wanted by West Ham and PSG


Gianluca Scamacca is wanted by West Ham and PSGCredit: Rex
David Moyes is believed to be having doubts about the move


David Moyes is believed to be having doubts about the moveCredit: Jamie McPhilimey

Boss Moyes is desperate to add a big name centre-forward this summer.

And now he is battling French powerhouse Paris Saint-Germain for his signature.

However, the Exwhuemployee account has claimed that the Scot is unsure whether to push ahead with the transfer.

It claims that the Scamaca deal is currently stalled due to Moyes’ concerns about attitude and family problems.

It also adds that “questions over tattoos and brothers and fathers criminal activity” have led to him looking at other targets.

It was back in May 2021 when reports emerged Scamacca’s father was arrested after he stormed into Roma’s training ground and allegedly smashed cars with an iron bar.

The forward was part of Roma’s youth set-up between 2012-15 but never made it as far as the first team.

The man, who was named as Emiliano Scamacca by Gazetta, was apparently wearing a Sassuolo sweatshirt.


Reports add that he entered the sports centre and headed straight for the car park.

He then allegedly destroyed the windows ‘of four or five cars’ – one of them belonging to Roma’s sporting director Tiago Pinto.

Scamacca Sr then went over to a pitch where youth players were training, with coaches and the footballers sent into a panic.

Police attended the incident minutes later and arrested the footballer’s father.

Sassuolo chiefs say that they have received a bid of nearly £30m from PSG but have yet to accept.

Now West Ham are also believed to have made an offer larger than that amount.


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