West Ham United have rejected big money bids for a duo of attackers, according to Sky Sports News.

Sky sources understand that West Ham have rejected a bid from Swansea City for winger Andre Ayew.

West Ham have also turned down a second, improved offer from Rennes for Diafra Sakho, according to Sky sources.

It is believed that both players will be allowed to leave for the right price but West Ham have thus far resisted selling them for a transfer fee below their valuation.

Ayew arrived at West Ham from Swansea in summer 2016 for a then club record transfer fee but the Swans want the Ghana international back at The Liberty Stadium to bolster their survival bid.

West Ham are holding out for £20m for the 28-year-old but Ayew is reportedly not keen on a return to the South Wales outfit.

Meanwhile, Sakho remains a West Ham player after the Irons rejected Rennes’ approach, thought to be in the region of £10m including add-ons.

But the 28-year-old is also on the radar of Bordeaux and Gus Poyet – father of former Hammer Diego Poyet – is expected to swoop this month.

The Senegal international wants to leave The London Stadium this month and will be let go at the right price.