Chelsea striker Loic Remy is reportedly seeking talks over his future at Stamford Bridge, according to a report from The Guardian.
The French international striker joined the Blues from Queens Park Rangers last summer, but largely played second fiddle to Diego Costa in the Chelsea attack.
Still, 28-year-old Remy managed to score nine goals in 29 games for Jose Mourinho's men, playing a valuable role as cover for the brilliant but often injured Costa.
Now though, The Guardian believe that Chelsea are set to sign Monaco striker Radamel Falcao on a season-long loan deal - and Remy is far from happy.
The former Newcastle striker is believed to be concerned over his role at Stamford Bridge, and is keen to play regular first-team football in a bid to be in the France squad for next summer's European Championships.
If Remy doesn't get the assurances he's looking for, he could well look to leave West London this summer - and The Guardian believe that West Ham are interested.
They note that the Hammers have been 'considering' a move for Remy recently, with new manager Slaven Bilic seemingly looking to sign a striker amid Andy Carroll's recent injury problems.
Mourinho will be reluctant to lose an important squad member but Remy's international ambitions are in doubt if Chelsea do sign Falcao - and a summer exit wouldn't be a surprise.