West Ham are set to offer young forward Marcus Browne a new contract in an attempt to stave off interest from other clubs.
According to The Daily Mail, West Ham want Browne to commit his future to the club so that they can be assured of his commitment.
The report claims that he is attracting interest from Europe, with Napoli and RB Leipzig both keen on the centre-forward.
Browne stole the headlines earlier this week when he netted four goals in a win over Everton for West Ham’s under-23 side.
Scouts from Napoli and Leipzig were in attendance and said to be impressed with what they saw.
The report also claims that West Ham value him at £5m and see him as a player who could push on into the first-team at senior level.
The 20-year-old is expected to get a chance to impress this summer in pre-season ahead of the next campaign.