‘I’m aware’ – Fabrizio Romano reacts to rising speculations over Scamacca exit this summer

AC Milan’s potential interest in West Ham striker Gianluca Scamacca has been the subject of recent reports.

Scamacca has struggled to adapt to David Moyes’ defensive system and has only scored seven goals in 25 appearances since his £35 million move from Sassuolo last summer.

His troubles deepened when he was dropped by his representatives, World Soccer Agency, and his future with West Ham remains uncertain.

However, despite the rumors linking him to AC Milan, Fabrizio Romano has advised not to give too much weight to these reports, and as of now, Scamacca remains a West Ham player.

“I’m aware there have been stories linking Gianluca Scamacca with AC Milan but I wouldn’t read too much into them for now. Of course he’s linked with return to Italy as he’s Italian and Serie A clubs know him very well. I’m sure Milan will sign a new striker next summer, but there’s nothing advanced or concrete for Scamacca yet as he has to pick new agents after leaving his former agent; this is crucial step. Also West Ham have not spoken to any club about Scamacca,” – Romano told the COS.