Brentford striker Scott Hogan is wanted by four clubs
Hogan has attracted interest from the Premier League after hitting 14 Championship goals this season.
West Ham boss Slaven Bilic had lined up a January deal for the 24-year-old, having seen star man Dimitri Payet complete his £25million move to Marseille.
But the Hammers are now facing a fight with THREE other clubs to land Hogan before tomorrow night’s transfer deadline shuts at 11pm.
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The Mirror say Crystal Palace boss Sam Allardyce has made an enquiry for Hogan, who has drawn comparisons with Jamie Vardy for his rise from non-league.
West Brom manager Tony Pulis is also interested, although Brentford are determined to hold out for £15m for their prized asset.
And The Telegraph add Aston Villa are also interested in Hogan.
Hogan made his comeback from injury in Brentford’s 4-0 FA Cup defeat at Chelsea on Saturday, coming on as a second-half substitute.
Brentford boss Dean Smith will not stand in Scott Hogan's way
Bees boss Dean Smith insists he will wish his player well should he leave in January.
“When you are talking about the numbers in the Premier League in terms of wages I think it is going to turn any young man’s head,” Smith told the London Evening Standard.
“But he has been good, he’s trained every day, he’s been OK around the training ground.
“If he did go, I would shake his hand because I can understand him harbouring ambitions to go and play in the Premier League with the sort of money that is on offer. I would wish him well.”