West Ham United could let two wingers leave the club this summer.
According to The Mirror, Robert Snodgrass and Sofiane Feghouli could be on their way out of the London Stadium in the summer transfer window if a good deal comes in.
Robert Snodgrass arrived with plenty of hype when he signed in January.
However, the Scotland international has not hit the heights expected of him at West Ham and could be offloaded just six months later.
The 29-year-old is deemed surplus to requirements at West Ham with Slaven Bilic looking at speedier alternatives.
West Ham will also listen to offers for Sofiane Feghouli, who also had a disappointing season.
The Algerian international showed glimpses of his talent but was held back by injuries and a loss of form.
West Ham could let the former Valencia star go in the summer if someone comes in with a decent offer.
Meanwhile, the same report believes that West Ham will look to offload Enner Valencia this summer despite rejecting a bid from Tigres for the Ecuadorian international.
Valencia has been a flop at West Ham and was loaned out to Everton last season.
The Toffees opted against signing the 27-year-old so West Ham are looking to ship him off elsewhere.