West Ham United have been linked with multiple attackers over the past few windows but weren’t able to bring a No.9 through the door.

The Hammers continue to be linked with players who can operate in that position in the ongoing window.

On June 28th, El Periódico Mediterráneo reported West Ham’s talks for Arnaut Danjuma could take place this week.

Villarreal CEO Fernando Roig had earlier admitted transfers for the 25-year-old or Pau Torres can help them balance their books.

AS, in their latest report, relay Roig’s comment and state the Netherlands international is a step away from the Premier League, where David Moyes’ side are keen.

West Ham are the ‘main favourite’ to sign the attacker, who is hours or days away from leaving the La Liga side, a year after joining them from AFC Bournemouth.

It’s claimed his exit is ‘closed to being finalised’ for €40m, which will include a €36m fixed fee plus €4m add-ons.

In his only season with Unai Emery’s side, Danjuma scored 16 goals and registered four assists, operating as a striker and on the left wing.

Danjuma is about to complete a transfer to the Premier League. With West Ham the ‘main favourite’, AS explain Moyes’ side ‘start with an advantage’ to secure his services this summer.