West Ham are set to search the market for experienced options during the summer transfer market, as they seek to bolster their squad after another disappointing campaign at the London Stadium.
The Hammers have struggled for consistency in the final third this season, with Javier Hernandez experience problems in his return to the Premier League, whilst Andy Carroll has been absent through injury since the turn of the year.
David Moyes will have plenty to consider this summer but the east London side could reignite their interest in a player linked with a move to the London Stadium last summer, amidst reports that Hamburg’s Nicolai Muller is set to become available.
Hamburger Morgenpost report that the 30-year-old is unlikely to be offered a new deal by the Bundesliga strugglers, who are in danger of being relegated out of Germany’s top-tier.
West Ham were linked with a move for Muller last summer, which would have cost in the region of €8-10m, so could change their stance. However, the management has still changed and they could look for a younger option.