West Ham have offered Fenerbahce the chance to sign Diafra Sakho, according to reports coming out of Turkey.
Turkish media outlet Fanatik are reporting that West Ham United are willing to let Diafra Sakho go and have offered him to Fenerbahce.
After three years with the club, West Ham could finally offload Diafra Sakho this summer.
After joining from FC Metz in 2014, Sakho took to life in England brilliantly, scoring six goals in his first six matches.
He enjoyed a profitable first season in the Premier League but his time with West Ham has since been marred with a mixture of injury problems and attitude problems.
Diafra Sakho only managed four appearances last season for the Hammers and his time in East London could come to an end soon if he is sold to Fenerbahce.
The Turkish giants are looking to improve their options in their squad after a disappointing third place finish in the Turkish Super Lig last season.
Sakho, who has tried to force a move away from West Ham previously, is now behind Javier Hernandez and Andy Carroll in the pecking order when everyone is fit and could therefore be deemed surplus to requirements by Slaven Bilic.
West Ham are hoping that Fenerbahce make a reasonable offer for the Senegal international.