It seems like Bournemouth is not giving out striker, Joshua King for anything close to what the bid is saying.
The club have rejected West Ham’s offer which totals £13m for the player, Joshua King.
The 28-year-old who is believed to be open to selling by Bournemouth, providing they receive a suitable offer is already in the final year of his Bournemouth contract.
According to thoughts, Bournemouth may want to sell the Norway international who scored six times in the Premier League last season for some amount around £18m.
The forward has scored 48 Premier League goals for Bournemouth since joining in the summer of 2015 and would like an immediate return to the top-flight after relegation this summer.
The main transfer window may have closed, but a domestic window between Premier League and EFL clubs remains open until 5pm Friday – dubbed Deadline Day Two.
Manchester United failed with a bid on deadline day in January for the striker, and King is interesting a number of other Premier League sides, believed to be Everton, Villa and Brighton