West Ham United midfielder Tomáš Souček is one of two options being monitored by Inter Milan as the look to bolster their midfield options.

That’s according to Tuttosport, relayed by FC Inter 1908, who say he is one of two profiles the Italian side are ‘following most carefully’.

The newspaper explains that Inter want to add to their midfield as they consider their current options to be lacking and they’ve identified the West Ham man and Monza’s Andrea Colpani as their preferred options.

They’re looking at Souček in particular as his contract with West Ham expires next summer, although the Hammers do have an option to extend that by another year.

Inter are ‘monitoring the situation’ either way and sporting director Piero Ausilio has ‘watched the player live’ already, travelling to watch him on international duty when Czech Republic took on Albania in the last international break.

They believe the West Ham man has the international experience and ‘quality’ that is missing from their current options and so are eyeing a move in January, seemingly believing a cheaper deal can be done even if the Hammers take up their option to extend his deal.