A selection of the latest news concerning West Ham United.
QPR holding firm on Charlie Austin
It was expected that QPR would lower their demands as the transfer window drew to a close, but with two weeks left before it slams shut, they are still demanding the same asking price of £15 million for their key man
West Ham make four bids for strikers
According to the Boleyn Insider on the official West Ham website, the Hammers have submitted four bids for strikers in the last 48 hours. It is stated that all of them are based abroad, and that some of them are unknown targets to prevent rival clubs moving to sign them.
Asking price set for Moussa Sow
Radikal in Turkey has reported that Moussa Sow has a £9 million release clause, with West Ham reportedly keen on signing him. It is claimed by talkSPORT that the Hammers want the striker, but Fenerbahce will not sell him until their asking price is matched.
The Radikal report states that Premier League rivals Sunderland also want to sign the 29-year-old striker.