West Ham United is looking to add a second Mexico forward, stepping up its pursuit of Raul Jimenez after signing Chicharito earlier this month, according to Univision. Earlier this summer Portuguese outlets reported that Benfica boss Rui Vitoria isn't eager to sell Jimenez, but the club would let him go for a 50 million euro fee. Jonathan dos Santos is in talks with the LA Galaxy, who hope to add the Mexico international as their third designated player, according to ESPN's Taylor Twellman.
The LA Galaxy are negotiating a contract with Villarreal midfielder Jonathan Dos Santos to become the club's third designated player, a source has told ESPN's Taylor Twellman. If a deal is completed, Dos Santos would join his brother, fellow Mexico international Giovani Dos Santos, at the StubHub Center. Signing Jonathan Dos Santos would also likely rule out any potential move for the Galaxy to add free agent striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic when he recovers from a knee injury next year. Dos Santos sat out training on Monday, according to El Mediterraneo, which reported Villarreal had an agreement in principle for the player to pay a transfer fee around €5-6 million ($5.8-7m). The 27-year-old was due