West Ham could be about to relaunch their pursuit of Porto striker Moussa Marega, despite competing interest from Everton.
The Hammers had been linked with a move for the front-man last summer, but ultimately turned their noses up at what they considered to be an excessive asking price.
However, the 28-year-old’s six Champions League goals have reportedly forced the Irons to reconsider the Malian forward.
There could be something of a striking exodus at West Ham this summer, with Andy Carroll, Javier Hernandez, and Lucas Perez all deemed to be surplus to requirements.
In fact, talisman Marko Arnautovic could even find himself on the way out the door if the right offer lands in the inbox of Manuel Pellegrini.
Portuguese outlet Correio de Manha (translated by Sport Witness) report that both West Ham and Everton could once again be keen on capturing the goal-machine, who is said to be valued at €40 million.