Wayne Rooney is on West Ham's radar for the summer as his future at Manchester United looks bleak
He was linked with a mega-money switch to China in January but decided to stay put for the time being.
Everton have also shown interest with Ronald Koeman confirming publicly that he'd like to take him to Goodison Park.
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However the Daily Mail report that the Hammers are also keen if he's available this summer.
West Ham have struggled in front of goal this season with Andy Carroll suffering his regular injuries but scoring in spurts.
He has six in 15 league appearances but has only managed 12 starts so far.
Michail Antonio is the club's top scorer with nine from right wing, although he has also played through the middle when needed.
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Andre Ayew has struggled with injury and only managed four goals since his club-record £20million signing.
Diafra Sakho has scored just once but has been restricted to two appearances.
Simone Zaza failed to score and was ditched in January while loan signing Jonathan Calleri has scored just once and will not be kept on for next season.
Wayne Rooney has been linked with a move to West Ham this summer
Ashley Fletcher has shown glimpses of promise but is still raw and has just one League Cup goal to show for his first season.
Rooney has also struggled in front of goal despite breaking the all-time England and Manchester United scoring records.
The 31-year-old has only scored two Premier League goal in nine starts and nine substitute appearances.
He is likely to leave Old Trafford this summer but has always maintained Everton would be the only other Premier League team he'd play for so West Ham would have some convincing to do to bring him to east London.