West Ham United are interested in signing Queens Park Rangers striker Loic Remy, the Daily Star understands.
Sam Allardyce is keen to bolster his forward line ahead of the new season, as he looks to improve on the tenth place finish the club achieved last season.
The Hammers have already secured the permanent signing of Andy Carroll, though the England international is set to miss the start of the forthcoming Premier League campaign due to a heel injury.
Remy only joined the Hoops in January, though his six goals in fourteen league appearances weren’t enough to help them retain their top flight status.
Christopher Samba, who was also brought in six months ago has already left the club and the France international is likely to follow suit if the price is right.
Newcastle United have also been linked with the 26 year old despite missing out on him last time around, though they are yet to table an offer.