West Ham United have named their price to Premier League rivals Everton regarding the services of a striker currently away from the London Stadium.
Ecuadorian striker Enner Valencia has spent the season on-loan with the Toffees, scoring three times in 17 Premier League appearances, and seems set to leave West Ham permanently this summer.
Valencia endured a slow start to life at Goodison Park but has found his feet in recent months, with Toffees boss Ronald Koeman keen on a permanent deal.
West Ham are prepared to sanction Valencia’s departure and have even cut their asking price, as The Liverpool Echo states the Hammers will consider offers of £12m and below.
An option for a permanent move was included in the loan agreement reached last summer and Everton are preparing to exercise that opening, with a knock-down price likely.
West Ham are keen to bolster their striking options this summer but there appears to be no way back for Valencia, who has scored just eight goals in 54 Premier League appearances for the Hammers.