West Ham United are lining up moves for Chelsea winger Victor Moses, Tottenham Hotspur winger Aaron Lennon and Manchester United highly-rated starlet Adnan Januzaj.
Irons manager Slaven Bilic is desperate to add wide men to his side as he wants to play ‘his’ style at football at Upton Park – not the football of past bosses.
The Evening Standard claim that the Hammers want all three wingers to bolster their attacking options in a bid to finish in the top half of the table this campaign.
West Ham are lining up an initial £6million offer for Nigeria international Moses but it has been revealed that reigning Premier League champions Chelsea have slapped a £10million price-tag on the former Wigan Athletic star, but the Blues could be more willing to sell an attacker for less now they have secured the signing of Pedro from Spanish giants Barcelona.
Bilic also has out-of-favour Spurs winger Aaron Lennon, 28, on his radar, but it is understood that he will offer the former England winger a season-long loan with the Hammers before progressing the deal further.
The 46-year-old Croatian gaffer is a known admirer of Red Devils starlet Adnan Januzaj, but knows he is unlikely to land the Belgium international on a permanent deal and it would apparently cost the Irons at least £1.5million to loan the 20-year-old for an entire season.
The London club are desperate to improve their squad before the window closes after two consecutive home defeats to Leicester City and Bournemouth.
Also, free agent Joey Barton is still linked with a move to Upton Park, despite reports of a deal falling through in recent weeks.
It is understood that Bilic will make a move for Toulouse forward Wissam Ben Yeeder, if a deal cannot be struck with Moses, Lennon or Januzaj.
By Drew Darbyshire (@DarbySports)