West Ham have been extremely active in the summer transfer window and the business under Manuel Pellegrini looks set to continue.
The Hammers are poised to confirm the club-record capture of Felipe Anderson from Lazio as their sixth summer signing, capping off a busy week where deals for Jack Wilshere and Andriy Yarmolenko have also been agreed.
Further changes within the squad are expected and the Hammers will now shift their attention towards outgoing deals, with Michail Antonio looking likely to be offloaded.
Sky Sports report Crystal Palace are considering an approach for the 28-year-old former Nottingham Forest man, who West Ham are looking to secure around £15m for.
While Antonio has impressed Pellegrini during the club’s pre-season training camp in Switzerland, the Hammers want to recoup funds following their vast activity in the market and the arrivals of Yarmolenko and Anderson will provide significant competition for first-team football.
Antonio made just 21 appearances last season due to injury and is understood to be keen on remaining in London for family reasons.