Callum Wilson has become West Ham’s top target if they are unable to keep Marko Arnautovic at the club, according to the Mail.
West Ham rejected a £35 million offer for the Austrian forward from a club in the Chinese Super League, who reportedly offered the striker over £200,000 a week to move to the Far East.
Despite West Ham rejecting the bid, Arnautovic could still be tempted with the huge pay rise offered by moving to China, meaning West Ham have begun to look elsewhere for a potential replacement.
The Hammers have identified Callum Wilson of Bournemouth as their top target, with multiple clubs reportedly looking at the striker.
Wilson, who has been linked with Chelsea recently, will not come cheap, with Bournemouth seeking a reported £50 million for the England international.
The former Coventry City man has 11 goals so far this season for the Cherries and has become a key man for Bournemouth.