It is all change at the London Stadium this summer and West Ham fans have already had to wave goodbye to one fan favourite.
The Hammers decided not to renew the contract of experienced Wales defender James Collins, allowing him to leave on a free transfer, but could be set to face off against the 34-year-old next season.
The Sun states Burnley boss Sean Dyche is considering a one-year deal to bring Collins to Lancashire as he eyes defensive cover for Ben Mee, with the Clarets preparing for a European campaign.
Collins is seen as a short-term option for Mee, who is stalling on a new contract at Turf Moor as he enters the final 12 months of his deal, and could represent a bargain in the market.
After an 11-year association with the Hammers, West Ham fans were furious when they learned Collins had been let go via email after Manuel Pellegrini decided he was surplus to requirements.