West Ham are set for a major restructure this summer and it means that there could be a number of departures from the London Stadium.

One of the players widely linked with an exit from the Hammers is Spain midfielder Pedro Obiang, who has attracted interest from Fiorentina, Villarreal and Besiktas.

The former Spain U21 international has worked hard to return from a lengthy knee injury and it is not year clear whether Manuel Pellegrini has a place for Obiang in the squad as he plans his own transfer activity.

However, Claret & Hugh state that West Ham officials have indicated that the club are yet to receive any approaches for the services of Obiang despite the reports in the media.

The 26-year-old made 21 Premier League appearances for the Hammers last season, scoring two goals, and has made a total of  67 league appearances for West Ham since signing from Sampdoria in 2015.