Last month, Gazzetta dello Sport reported West Ham United had initiated contact with AC Milan over a potential deal for Divock Origi.

There haDn’t been concrete movements on this case until the Hammers reactivated the track leading to the striker.

That’s at least what TuttoMercatoWeb are reporting and their title states West Ham are ‘on his trail’.

Within the report, it’s explained the 28-year-old is not included in Stefano Pioli’s plans this season and the Serie A side have been ‘looking for a solution’ for him.

The former Liverpool man has received interest from Saudi Arabia but this option doesn’t attract him.

The Belgium international has struggled in his debut season at Milan and ‘wants to play’ in the Premier League this season. The report states there have been some movements in this direction in the ‘last few hours’, from the Hammers.

West Ham have sold Gianluca Scamacca to Atalanta earlier this summer, leaving Moyes with Michail Antonio and Danny Ings as the recognised strikers currently at his disposal.

TMW state the Europa Conference League winners, who are looking for a new striker, have been following Origi. Whether they’ll convert this into an offer remains to be seen.