West Ham striker lined-up for January move by European side

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West Ham United face a testing time ahead but they seem to have turned a corner with an upturn of results in recent weeks, which has included victories over Chelsea and Stoke City.

The Hammers have risen out of the Premier League’s relegation zone as a result but need to continue their form in the coming weeks and months, with pieces of January business likely to be crucial to keeping their head above water.

Changes are afoot in January and deals are likely to consist of both incoming and outgoing pieces of business, with David Moyes looking to rejuvenate his squad as the Scottish boss looks to retain his run of form.

Moyes has clashed with striker Diafra Sakho in recent weeks and it seems highly like that the Senegalese forward will leave the club January and Yahoo France states that Ligue 1 outfit Strausbourg are eyeing a loan swoop- although ForeverWestHam have failed to find the initial link, instead seeing the reports via InsideFutbol.

The 27-year-old has struggled for first-team opportunities in East London this season, whilst Strausbourg have struggled to score goals this season and sit eleventh in the standings.

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