West Ham boss Manuel Pellegrini is ready to shift his focus towards attacking recruits, after making three defensive signings.

While the Hammers remain linked with a number of defenders, Pellegrini’s side are also looking to bolster their attacking lines and are widely reported to be closing in on Lazio’s Felipe Anderson.

The Brazil ace may not be the only man arriving from Italian football though as Tutto Mercato, cited by InsideFutbol, state West Ham remain keen on Inter Milan’s Yann Karamoh.

19-year-old Karamoh joined Inter last summer but struggled for regular first-team appearances at the San Siro, earning just 480 minutes of football, but a deal would be difficult to negotiate.

Inter boss Luciano Spalletti believes Karamoh could be a valuable asset next season, where the Italian giants return to the Champions League.

Should the situation change, West Ham would face competition in the market from Ligue 1 giants Monaco, who are also monitoring the situation.