West Ham’s busy summer window has so far orientated around incoming pieces of business but, with spending edging towards the £100m mark, sales are likelyto balance the books.

Amongst those widely tipped for an exit from the London Stadium is winger Michail Antonio, who may become surplus to requirements following the capture of Andriy Yarmolenko and the imminent arrival of Felipe Anderson on a club-record deal from Lazio.

Football.London reports that the favourites to secure the services of the former Nottingham Forest man are Crystal Palace, although Europa League-bound Burnley are also in the hunt.

West Ham will look to earn a significant profit on the £8m figure they paid Forest for Antonio in 2015, as they seek around £15m for the 28-year-old.

An injury-plagued campaign last term saw Antonio, who was called up for England in 2017 but was forced to withdraw from Gareth Southgate’s squad due to injury, make just 21 appearances in a turbulent campaign for the Hammers.