West Ham are willing to listen to offers for Said Benrahma in the final few weeks of the summer transfer window, according to MailOnline.

The Algeria international has struggled to nail down a regular place in David Moyes’ starting XI since his £30m arrival from Brentford two years ago, despite scoring 11 goals and providing six assists last season.

The midfielder has often had to settle for a role off the bench since arriving in east London, with Moyes seemingly preferring the likes of Jesse Lingard, Manuel Lanzini and Pablo Fornals during that time.

And now, with the arrival of Maxwell Cornet from Burnley last week, it appears West Ham are now in a position to cash in on the 27-year-old.

It is claimed, though, that West Ham do not want to make a significant loss on Benrahma and will be holding out for a fee of around £30m for his services.

The Hammers have made big losses on a handful of transfers in recent years, with Nikola Vlasic seemingly becoming the latest.

The Croatia international is on the verge of joining Torino on loan for the season, with a £12.9m option to make his move permanent next summer. This comes just a year after the Hammers paid over £25m to bring him to the capital from CSKA Moscow.

But it appears the Hammers are unwilling to make the same mistake with Benrahma.