West Ham United are interested in a move for Monaco forward Henry Onyekuru, who is also being linked with a move back to Turkey.
The Nigerian winger has struggled again in France this season, making just four appearances in Ligue 1 so far.
That has led Monaco to look to loan him out again, and Galatasaray are believed to be keen, having had the player on loan twice already, first from Everton and then Monaco.
He was a big hit during both spells and Sabah report they are keen for a third reunion, but they are facing competitions from rivals Fenerbahce for his signature.
Those two are not the only ones keen, though, as West Ham also ‘have an interest’ in the forward as well.
Onyekuru’s preference is to return to Galatasaray, but they have left him waiting for 22 days to make their move, a period which has also seen him training away from Monaco’s first-team.
This has left the player uncomfortable with the situation, and he’s made it clear if there is no progress soon, he will start listening to offers from elsewhere.
One of those offers may come from West Ham, who are keen to strengthen their forward line this month after selling Sébastien Haller to Ajax.
David Moyes is keen to add pace to his forward line, and Onyekuru could offer it, with Monaco willing to offer a €1.5m loan that will also include a €5.5m purchase option.