West Ham United and Wolverhampton Wanderers are among the clubs chasing Royale Union Saint-Gilloise star Mohamed Amoura, according to Le Soir.

Having arrived at the Jupiler Pro League side last summer, he’s enjoyed an impressive debut season so far, scoring 21 goals and registering five assists from 37 games.

Towards the end of December, Fennec Football reported Wolves were keen on signing the 23-year-old in January but no deal took shape. Gary O’Neil’s side still seem to be keen him and are joined by West Ham in the transfer race.

It’s said the Jupiler Pro League side have received an offer from the Hammers. Their bid is around €15m and doesn’t meet the expectations of Royale Union Saint-Gilloise, who paid €4m to buy him from Swiss side FC Lugano.

The Algeria international’s contract lasts until 2027 and the report explains Royale Union Saint-Gilloise want at least €20m to part ways with him. Wolves are also in the picture, but haven’t yet made a bid to sign Amoura.

This claim about West Ham is backed by DZ Foot, who state they have made a concrete bid for Amoura. It’s said David Moyes’ side seem to be in the ‘best position’ with an offer worth €15m, which is €5m short of the Belgian club’s demand.

DZ Foot, who make no mention of Wolves in their report, indicate Amoura could leave in the next window, after increasing his value by ‘tenfold in one season’.