West Ham face competition in the market this summer for the services of Hamburg’s in-form striker Bobby Wood.

The American international has netted nine goals for the Bundesliga strugglers this season and could be available for just £4m this summer, if Hamburg are relegated.

However, The Liverpool Echo states Everton are keen on the striker and the Toffees could have an abundance of cash-in-hand this summer, with star-man Romelu Lukaku heavily linked with an exit.

Should Hamburg secure safety in Germany’s top division, Wood’s services would still be available this summer for the very affordable price of £10m – and he’s seen as an option to strengthen West Ham’s struggling forward line.

The 24-year-old has been capped 29 times by the United States and is likely to represent his nation at the World Cup next summer, should his nation reach their objective of securing a spot in Russia.

Wood’s focus for now though will be securing Hamburg’s status in the Bundesliga, where they currently sit 14th – just one point above the relegation play-off spot. value Wood at just £2.98m.