According to a claim in the Turkish media, West Ham United and Wolverhampton Wanderers are interested in Galatasaray defender Cristian Luyindama.

The DR Congo international has been linked with a move to West Ham in recent weeks and it now seems Wolves are also in the race for the player.

Fanatik today report Luyindama’s performances in the Champions League have brought him to the attention of other clubs, including the two Premier League sides.

It’s claimed West Ham and Wolves sent scouts to Gala’s clash with PSG last week and they were also present in Belgium when the Super Lig side took on Club Brugge last month.

Galatasaray paid Standard Liege €6m to make Luyindama’s move permanent in the summer and they are now expecting a bid in the region of €15m from either English club.

Since his move to Galatasaray, the 25 year old has quickly established himself as a key player in Fatih Terim’s backline. He’s under contract at the Turk Telekom Arena until June 2022.