West Ham are interested in moves for Feyenoord duo Orkun Kokcu and Santiago Gimenez, according to reports.
But the Hammers will face much competition from other Premier League sides like Man Utd, Tottenham, Brighton, Leicester and Brentford, claim The Mirror.
David Moyes has already sent scouts to watch the duo in a recent Dutch Cup match versus Ajax.
West Ham are keen on transfers for two top talents playing in the Eredivisie.
Kokcu is a central midfielder and is viewed as a potential Declan Rice replacement. The 22-year-old is extremely good on the ball and has registered seven goals and nine assists in 32 league games this season. He is more attack-minded that the West Ham captain but he would add much quality to the team’s midfielder.
Kokcu is supposedly valued at £50m with the price tag a potential problem. The Feyenoord captain’s deal at the club does not expire until 2025 and the team are set to play in the Champions League next season as they near winning the division.
The Irons are also keen on Mexican forward Gimenez. The 21-year-old only joined the Rotterdam-based side last summer on a four-year deal from Cruz Azul in his homeland. The striker has impressed in his first year in Europe, bagging an incredible 18 goals in 37 matches.
Gimenez is expected to be valued within West Ham’s budget at around £20million and he could be an option with Michail Antonio‘s long-term future in doubt.
There is also concerns over Gianluca Scamacca staying in East London after a first campaign plagued by injuries.
Meanwhile, West Ham continue to hold an interest in Red Devils right-back Aaron Wan-Bissaka. He could be made available at the end of the season with Erik ten Hag keen to sign Jeremie Frimpong from Bayer Leverkusen and keep Diogo Dalot, freeing up AWB for a transfer. Right-back has been a problem area for West Ham with Vladimir Coufal battling injury problems and Thilo Kehrer performing inconsistently.