West Ham United are readying a £25m bid for Bournemouth striker Callum Wilson, according to the Guardian.
The twenty-four old has been eyed the former Coventry City man as a potential January target as he looks for reinforcements following an injury to Diafra Sakho.
Wilson missed the majority of last season with an ACL injury but has impressed since returning, scoring four goals in twelve league appearances so far this term.
He bagged twenty league goals for the Cherries in his first season with the club, helping them clinch the Championship title in 2015.
West Ham sit just a point above the Premier League relegation zone following their 1-1 draw with Manchester United on Sunday afternoon.
They were beaten by the Red Devils in the last eight of the EFL Cup on Wednesday evening and return to league action with a home game against Arsenal in Saturday’s late kick off.