West Ham are looking to significantly rejuvenate their attacking lines this summer and it is likely to lead to some departures from the London Stadium.

The Hammers look set to wave goodbye to Jordan Hugill on a temporary basis, despite only landing his services in the January transfer window, and a return to the Championship looks likely.

The Daily Mirror states QPR are currently the favourites to land the former Preston striker after Manuel Pellegrini decided he was surplus to requirements.

26-year-old striker Hugill is unlikely to leave on a permanent basis due to his hefty contract being higher than the majority of Championship sides can afford.

Hugill signed in January for a reported £10m fee but reports quickly emerged to suggest that he was a worst-case scenario signing in case the Hammers were relegated.

He made just three Premier League appearances, all of which came as a substitute and saw him accumulate just 22 minutes of league action for West Ham.