West Ham United are among a number of clubs tracking Olivier Giroud, according to a report by The Mirror.

Arsenal striker Olivier Giroud is apparently growing frustrated with his bench role in North London and could seek a move this summer if he is not given first team assurances.

The France international joined Arsenal in 2012 and has scored a very respectable tally of 69 goals in the Premier League from 118 appearances.

The 30-year-old could be pushed further to the periphery of the Arsenal squad if Arsene Wenger can land either of Alexandre Lacazette or Kylian Mbappe this summer.

West Ham would face competition to sign the left-footed striker with Marseille also keen.

There are also a handful of clubs in Italy who want to snap up Olivier Giroud this summer.

With his future at Arsenal looking uncertain, Giroud could be a marquee signing for the Hammers and might be the answer to our longstanding striker woes.

It is believed that a fee of £20m would be enough to lure the Frenchman away from Arsenal this summer.

West Ham’s current striker options are Andy Carroll and Diafra Sakho, who both spent most of the year out injured, and Ashley Fletcher – who is still raw and inexperienced.