West Ham United reportedly identify Arsenal striker Eddie Nketiah as an ideal replacement for Sebastien Haller, who recently left for Ajax.
West Ham United have reportedly identified Arsenal youngster Eddie Nketiah as a potential replacement for Sebastien Haller.
Haller's ill-fated stint in the English capital recently came to an end after he signed for Eredivisie giants Ajax in a deal reportedly worth £20m.
With David Moyes supposedly being handed the funds to bring in a new frontman in the January transfer window, the Evening Standard reports that Nketiah is a name on the 57-year-old's shortlist.
The Arsenal academy graduate has often switched places with Alexandre Lacazette this season, but the Frenchman's strong form has seen Nketiah struggle for game time under Mikel Arteta recently.
However, the Englishman's possible departure could open the door for Folarin Balogun to be handed more first-team opportunities at Arsenal, with the 19-year-old reportedly keen to leave if he continues to be overlooked.
West Ham have also been credited with an interest Bournemouth's Joshua King and Reims' Boulaye Dia - the latter of whom has already struck 10 times in Ligue 1 this term.