Here’s a round-up of the latest news surrounding West Ham.
West Ham are waiting to make their first signing of this January transfer window but the rumour mill continues to link players to the club.
Goals have been in short supply under David Moyes this season and the Daily Star reports the manager will look to solve that problem by bringing in Bournemouth striker Josh King.
Moyes is eager to bring in a player with proven Premier League experience. King certainly fits the bill.
Another striker linked with a return to the Premier League is former Southampton man Graziano Pelle.
He is a free agent after recently leaving Chinese club Shandong Luneng.
And FC Inter News claims West Ham are keen to offer him the chance to once again play in the English top flight.
Sky Sports claims the Hammers have been offered the chance to bring back Austrian forward Marko Arnautovic this month.
The 31-year-old is currently at Shanghai SIPG having joined the Chinese club from West Ham in summer 2019.
The winger is currently struggling on loan at Portuguese club Porto, with the Guardian reporting he could be brought back to London this month only to be sold soon after.
The Hammers are worried Anderson’s unproductive spell could decrease his value.
West Ham are eager to recoup at least some of the £37m they spent to bring him in during summer 2018.
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The Scot has fallen out of favour under Moyes, appearing for only four minutes in the Premier League this season.
His only real opportunities have come in the Carabao Cup and the Daily Mail reports his time at north London is set to come to an end.
The Mail reports the 33-year-old will be forced out in a bid to free up finances and squad space.