West Ham are interested in Adnan Januzaj, who is available on a free transfer.
The winger has spent the last four seasons at Spanish club Real Sociedad but his contract expires there at the end of the month and Januzaj will not be staying
The 27-year-old worked with Hammers boss David Moyes at Manchester United and Sunderland and reports suggest the Scot would be keen on a reunion.
West Ham hold an interest in Adnan Januzaj. David Moyes worked with the Belgian at two previous clubs and reportedly wants a reunion.
Rumours in the Spanish media suggest West Ham have been in contact with the player as have Napoli and Real Betis.
Januzaj burst onto the scene as a Man United player and was handed his debut by Moyes at the age of just 18. In his first start he scored two goals and many expected him to go on to become the ‘next big thing’.
However, Moyes’ time at Old Trafford was short lived and Januzaj struggled for opportunities under managers Louis van Gaal and Jose Mourinho so was subsequently loaned out to Borussia Dortmund and Sunderland, who were then managed by Moyes.
Despite earning 15 caps for Belgium, he never quite lived up the hype.
Therefore, Januzaj left Man United permanently and transferred to Real Sociedad where he has made 168 appearances, but with his contract up this summer, he will be departing the club.
Last season he scored just five goals in all competitions for the blue and whites.
However, Moyes is reportedly confident he can get the best out of him. At times in his career Januzaj has struggled for consistency despite his obvious talent.
But with Andriy Yarmolenko leaving West Ham, there could be room for a versatile attacker like Januzaj in the Hammers squad. He is capable of playing on either flank as well in the No.10 role.