Michail Antonio has starred for West Ham United this season, managing 10 goals and 10 assists in all competitions.
The Hammers currently have the 32-year-old as the only recognised striker in the squad and are likely to look to bring in a new player in the same position this summer.
Torino star Andrea Belotti could be an option for West Ham United, if reports coming out of Italy are to be believed.
His contract with the Serie A side runs down in June and the situation has drawn interest from Inter Milan, AS Roma, Atalanta and Fiorentina. That’s according to TuttoMercatoWeb, who name David Moyes’ side, OGC Nice and Toronto FC as the striker’s foreign suitors.
Nice are the first foreign club to move for the Italy international, but a move there for the 28-year-old remains unlikely. West Ham United are tagged, and it’s said they are one of the candidates from England that ‘remain standing’ for his signature.
Meanwhile, Torino chairman Urbano Cairo seems to have accepted defeat in retaining Belotti beyond this season.
“Belotti expires. He may have already signed with someone. Let’s say that from February 1st he was free to sign, theoretically he could also have done so… Disappointed? I no longer talk about this issue,” Cairo told TuttoMercatoWeb.