West Ham will remain in the market for a forward, even after securing the stransfer of Mohammed Kudus, with Yuri Alberto of Corinthians and Sevilla’s Youssef En-Nesyri targets.
After selling Declan Rice to Arsenal for £105m, the Hammers’ owner David Sullivan has had a sizeable chunk of cash burning a hole in his pocket.
David Moyes’ side have recently secured the services of England midfielder James Ward-Prowse (£30m) and have pilfered both Edson Alvarez (£35m) and Kudus (£38m) from Ajax.
And the Hammers are not done yet, with the East London outfit targeting more firepower up top.
Sevilla’s Youssef En-Nesyri is a target for West Ham as they look to bolster their options up top
Yuri Alberto, 22, has a single cap for Brazil and has spent a season at Zenit St Petersburg
West Ham have set their eyes on Moroccan striker En-Nesyri and Brazilian forward Alberto to provide support and competition for Michail Antonio.
David Moyes only has Danny Ings and Davin Mubama as back-up for Antonio and with Ings linked with a move to Everton he needs reinforcements.
26-year-old En-Nesyri has 55 goals in 159 appearances for La Liga side Sevilla and impressed at the Qatar World Cup for Morocco, scoring two goals.
He has been a regular in the Morocco squad since 2016 and has registered 17 goals in 61 international appearances.
Meanwhile 22-year-old Alberto has one cap for Brazil and has scored 52 goals in 158 appearances for Brazilian sides Internacional and Corinthians.
Alberto has spent some time in Europe with Russian side Zenit St Petersburg, but he only made 16 appearances.
West Ham secured the services of Ghanaian Mohammed Kudus for £38m from Dutch side Ajax