West Ham have been extremely active in the market this summer and their business shows no signs of coming to a halt.
The Hammers suffered an injury blow last week after it was revealed Andy Carroll will be out of action for around three months after suffering a recurrence of an ankle problem.
Despite this, Fanatik report West Ham have offered the former England international to Turkish giants Besiktas, who are in the market for a striker after losing star-man Cenk Tosun to Everton in January.
It is also claimed that Fenerbache also hold an interest in Carroll, although his injury blow means that a deal could be avoided until he returns to full fitness – but a final decision from Besiktas comes down to manager Senol Gunes.
Besiktas have a number of alternatives for Carroll on the cards, including fellow Hammer Javier Hernandez, and are also monitoring he likes of Wilfried Bony, Andre-Pierre Gignac and Kostantinos Mitroglou.