The 27-year-old is being linked with a move away from West Ham once again with reports emerging that QPR are interested in securing the services of the Senegalese midfielder.
Diame was continuously linked with a move away from the Hammers in January but decided to stay with the club, and went on to end the season with four goals in 35 appearances.
Queens Park Rangers are set to make a move as Harry Redknapp looks to continue his summer spending spree following the club's promotion back to the Premier League, according to Sky Sports' Peter O'Rourke.
The R's have already brought in Steven Caulker, Rio Ferdinand, Mauricio Isla and Jordon Mutch while Adel Taarabt, Loic Remy and Julio Cesar have all returned to the club following loan moves away.
Though several midfielders have already left the club with Yossi Benayoun, Gary O'Neil, Stephane Mbia, Esteban Granero and Park Ji-Sung all moving on, and a move for Diame would certainly strengthen the side.
|Team||Pos||Apps||Goals||Goal Assist||Accurate Pass / apps||Won Tackle / apps||Aerial Won / apps||Touches / apps||Mins|
|Mohamed Diamé||West Ham||MF||35||4||2||13.77||1.60||0.74||36.91||2,485|
The versatile midfielder played all across the middle of the park for West Ham last season and also made two appearances as a striker.
A central midfield partnership of Joey Barton and Mohamed Diame would certainly give Redknapp's side plenty of muscle, while the likes of Jordon Mutch and Junior Hoilett would be able to provide the creativity.
It is unclear whether the Hammers would be willing to listen to offers for Diame this time around, though with just one year remaining on his current deal, they may be tempted to cash-in if the right offer arrives.