West Ham United are set to make a second bid for Bournemouth winger Matt Richie, according to the Telegraph.
The East London outfit saw a joint bid for Ritchie and striker Callum Wilson rejected last month, and now they are ready to chance their arm again.
They are hopeful that an initial bid of £8m, that could rise to £10m with add-ons will be enough to persuade the Cherries to do business.
The twenty-six year old appeared in all but on of his side’s Premier League games last season, as Eddie Howe’s side defied the odds to comfortably retain their top flight status.
In total, he has racked up one hundred and thirty-eight appearances in all competitions, scoring thirty-one goals and was part of the squad that won promotion from both League One in 2013 and the Championship two years later.
Internationally, the former Portsmouth and Swindon Town man has been capped ten times for Scotland.