With just about every team not only in the Premier League but in the rest of the European leagues getting ready to make offers for potential new arrivals and signings for their respective clubs, West Ham United has a few targets of their own.
The head coach of West Ham United, Sam Allardyce has already made signs of being in search of a few players that can strengthen the squad as they are sitting on the last few spots of the Premier League and some fresh legs might help them escape from the drop zone.
Asamoah Gyan has been linked with a potential loan move to West Ham United but the player of Al Ain said that his club has the final say and voice on whether or not a transfer is made.
Gyan was speaking to Ghanasoccernet.com and said: “West Ham have made an offer for me, but it is up to Al Ain to make a decision. I have a contract with them. So I will remain focused on my work.”
The 33 years old Ghanaian forward has already scored 64 goals in just 49 appearances for the club he joined some years ago, his impact is not only being noticed by Al Ain but other clubs as well as with West Ham United who are keeping close tabs on the player.
Other players that are on the wish list of Sam Allardyce are Diego Forlan, Diego Milito, Jermain Defoe and the latest player that joined the list is Ishak Belfodil of Inter Milan.
Ishak already stated his dissatisfaction on being on a club where his chances on making the starting lineup of the coach is very limited and restricted which is why West Ham United can use this opportunity on signing him up and securing his services.