VfB Stuttgart star Chris Führich has ended up on West Ham United’s transfer agenda for the summer, according to a report from Germany.

The winger has impressed this season, scoring eight goals and registering seven assists from 29 games.

He’s been ‘one of the high-flyers’ of the Bundesliga side and that has resulted in the 26-year-old attracting interest from West Ham and other clubs, something which would is surprising given his career path.

That’s according to Sky Deutschland, who state Bayer Leverkusen, Borussia Dortmund and RB Leipzig have all included the attacker in their target list for the next window.

It’s further claimed ‘there is also interest’ from abroad and the Hammers are the only club to get a mention. David Moyes’ side could provide competition to the Bundesliga trio in the race for the Germany international’s signature.

Last month, Stuttgart extended the player’s deal until 2028, with the inclusion of a release clause. Sky state the ‘realistic amount’ in the clause is around €20m.

Führich has spent his playing career in Germany so far and the website makes no mention of whether he’s open to making a switch to England, if West Ham United decide to activate his clause in the summer.