West Ham’s season is coming to a close and David Moyes’ side have plenty of work to do in summer transfer window, after a disappointing campaign.
The Hammers have been linked with a number of moves for Stoke City players following the club’s relegation, looking to raid the first-team squad just like they did last summer to sign Marko Arnautovic, but it seems those approaches aren’t limited to just senior players.
Football Insider reports West Ham have approached 18-year-old striker Jordan Greenidge ahead of a potential swoop this summer, when he will be available on a free transfer.
The teenage striker will become a free agent next month when his contract expires, after failing to agree fresh terms with the Staffordshire outfit, and West Ham are in talks for a deal.
However, the Hammers are not alone in the chase as fellow Premier League side Watford are also keen on the young forward, while Championship duo Fulham and Birmingham City have also expressed their interest.