Joshua King continues to attract interest from the Premier League a year after the AFC Bournemouth player failed to get a move to Manchester United.
West Ham United are in the market for a new striker and their search for a new No.9 has intensified after selling Sébastien Haller to Ajax this month.
The Hammers have identified the Norway international as one of their striker targets in the winter market.
Reports coming out of England have explained Burnley are interested in the 29-year-old and these claims have been relayed by Sporten in Norway. The outlet then provides their own information on the Cherries player.
Sporten’s title states King is ‘attracting interest’ in January, but not from the ‘one he dreams of’, which is Manchester United.
It’s claimed the frontman’s ‘desire’ is to join Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s side, but that ‘probably won’t happen’ in the ongoing window.
Even if there was a possibility, David Moyes is trying to stop it because he ‘wants’ the frontman at West Ham United.
With a contract expiring at the end of this season, Bournemouth have just over a week’s time to make cash from King’s sale.