West Ham United striker Enner Valencia could be set to leave the club this summer, according to reports in the South American media.
South American media outlet Bolavip – reported via Portuguese news source A Bola – are reporting that Enner Valencia is on the radar of FC Porto this summer.
Valencia joined the Hammers in summer 2014 from Mexican side Pachuca following a good World Cup campaign.
However, the Ecuadorian international struggled to adapt to life in England and he has been often criticised for his lack of end product and lack of strength.
Last summer, West Ham managed to offload Enner Valencia on loan but after another poor season with Everton, the 27-year-old looks set for the exit door.
West Ham are keen to move Enner Valencia on with Slaven Bilic not seeing him as part of his plans for next term.
Everton do not want to re-sign Valencia so West Ham are looking at foreign clubs to sell their forward to.
FC Porto could be set to offer Valencia a lifeline with an eight million euros offer this summer.
This roughly equates to £6m so West Ham would have to cut their losses and sell him for almost half the price he was bought for.