West Ham United striker Enner Valencia is being widely linked with an exit this summer.
After being found surplus to requirements last season, he was sent out to Everton on a season-long loan with the option to buy.
Everton opted against a permanent deal for Valencia and now West Ham have been looking to offload him to another club.
However, the Hammers have turned down a bid from Mexican side Tigres, according to Sky Sports News HQ.
Sky sources believe that West Ham have turned down an initial bid for Valencia but still expect a deal to be struck.
Enner Valencia joined West Ham in summer 2014 after impressing during the World Cup that year.
After a decent start to his career in East London, the Ecuador international was soon criticised for his poor performances, lack of goals and for being too lightweight for the division.
Enner Valencia’s expected departure would leave West Ham with limited striker options.
Andy Carroll and Diafra Sakho both spent the majority of last year out injured while young Ashley Fletcher is still inexperienced and raw.
Jonathan Calleri and Simone Zaza have both been let go after disappointing loan spells and the Hammers continue to search for a new forward.