West Ham are eyeing a wealth of improvements to their underperforming side ahead of next season and Manuel Pellegrini is targeting attacking reinforcements.
The club were heavily reliant on the services of Austria international Marko Arnautovic last term, who scored 11 goals in his debut campaign at the London Stadium, and need to provide support to their club-record signing.
The Hammers have been linked with a move for West Brom’s relegated striker Salomon Rondon, who’s available for £16m after the club’s drop to the second-tier, but face competition in the market.
The Daily Mirror states Chelsea and Tottenham Hotspur are both keen on a move for the Venezuela international, as they seek to improve the depth within their first-team squad.
While West Ham will be able to offer more regular action, Chelsea and Spurs can provide involvement at a European level and that may be difficult for Rondon to turn down.
However, the 28-year-old striker may be keen on reunited with Manuel Pellegrini at the London Stadium after playing under the Chilean during his stint with Malaga.