West Ham have made their move for Chelsea striker Armando Broja and Lille midfielder Amadou Onana.

According to Sky Sports, the Hammers have placed bid of £30m and £32.3m respectively for the pair, as David Moyes looks to ramp up his recruitment drive.

West Ham have been heavily linked with Broja since the start of the summer, with a striker being at the very top of Moyes’ priority list.

The Albania international’s Chelsea future has been the subject of increased speculation of late, with reports suggesting he wants to force a move away from Stamford Bridge if boss Thomas Tuchel cannot offer him assurances of a first-team place next season.

The 20-year-old is believed to be West Ham’s number one priority in the search for a striker to assist Michail Antonio in attack, after he impressed during his loan spell at Southampton last season.

It is reported that West Ham have offered to pay £25m up front for the striker, with £5m of add-ons to follow.

And the Hammers have also made a third move to sign Lille’s Onana, with Moyes still eager to boost his midfield options ahead of the new campaign.

Despite the addition of Flynn Downes from Swansea City last week, the Hammers still only have three first-team options in midfield, although that could be extended to four if you include Manual Lanzinin’s capability of deputising in a holding role.

But it’s clear Moyes still isn’t satisfied with that level of depth and is eager to land top midfield target Onana.

The latest offer for the 20-year-old is thought to be in the region of £32.2m plus add-ons, and Lille are now giving it serious consideration.

With Nayef Aguerd, Alphonse Areola and Downes all in the bag already this summer, it appears Moyes is beginning to take his recruitment drive up a gear as the new season edges closer.