West Ham United need at least one striker this summer and their search for the right man has already thrown up a number of names ahead of the transfer window re-opening.
One player that the Hammers could consider is Henry Onyekuru.
According to Sky Sports News HQ, Everton, Southampton and West Ham United are all in with a shout of landing Onyekuru this summer.
And Sky sources believe that the teenage talent is in talks with two Premier League clubs about a potential switch, with the negotiations progressing nicely.
The 19-year-old is rated as one of the top young talents playing in Europe at the moment.
The Nigerian international is playing for KAS Eupen in the top tier of Belgian football but he is keen on a move away.
With a £6.8m release clause, Onyekuru could move away this summer.
The promising young forward has turned down offers from Anderlecht and Club Brugge and nearly signed for Celtic in January but is now keen to talk to English clubs.
As KAS Eupen finished 13th in the Belgian First Division, the Nigerian starlet weighed in with 20 goals and now could move to Everton, Southampton or West Ham in the summer window.