West Ham preparing transfer bids for two attackers
West Ham are interested in signing two attacking players in the January transfer window.
The club are lining up an improved offer for Lorient striker Terem Moffi and the Hammers are also willing to reignite their summer interest in Arnaut Danjuma.
Manager David Moyes is keen to add goals to his side in an attempt to boost Premier League survival hopes.
West Ham are readying two transfer offers for Terem Moffi and Arnaut Danjuma.
Firstly, on Moffi, West Ham have already seen a bid rejected for the 23-year-old that was worth a reported £20million.
The Nigerian striker has scored 12 goals in 18 Ligue 1 games this season and the player is a target that new director of football Mark Noble has suggested.
West Ham are set to table £26m for him with Lorient wanting £30m, as a number of other clubs are keen such as Nice and Southampton.
Additionally, the Irons are going to go back in for Danjuma from Villarreal.
The Spanish side recently lost their manager Unai Emery to Aston Villa and new man in charge Quique Setien doesn’t view the ex-Bournemouth winger as part of his plans.
Danjuma is currently in England with his agent as they look to secure a transfer. Any deal could be a loan move worth £2.5m with a view to buy permanently for £27m.
Many sides are interested as he is being put on the table with the Cherries and Villa keen as well as Tottenham, Everton and West Ham.
The East Londoners submitted bids for him in the summer but in the end decided to pursue a deal for Maxwel Cornet.
Moyes had doubts over Danjuma’s attitude and word of this got out to the Dutchman, who has netted twice this season after managing 16 goals last term. He is a player suggested to the club by head of recruitment Rob Newman.
However, Danjuma is willing to put the attitude worries from West Ham behind him and he is not against trying to prove those comments wrong but the competition for his signature is intense.