West Ham face competition from Ligue 1 clubs AS Monaco and Marseille for Everton’s Kevin Mirallas, as reported by the Express.
The Hammers were heavily linked with a move for the Belgium international in the summer, but the winger eventually decided to sign an new contract at Goodison Park.
But the 28-year-old has struggled for game time in Roberto Martinez’s side this season – making just seven appearances, six of which have been as a substitute.
With the European Championships happening next summer, the Express claim Mirallas would be open to a move away from Everton this winter in order to boost his chances of being called up by Belgium for the tournament.
Mirallas recently said of his situation: “It’s not easy to live such a situation but it happens like that in the world of football.
“I don’t think in terms of my place in the national team.
“But in January, if my situation has not changed, I will ask questions and perhaps consider a departure.”
The winger was recently left out of Belgium’s final Euro 2016 qualifying games against Andorra and Israel, which will no doubt have made him rethink his Goodison Park future.
Transfermarkt.com value Mirallas at £10.5million.