West Ham have made a late bid to try and sign Sam Byram from Leeds United, report The Express.
The report states the Hammers have offered two unnamed players plus cash, in an attempt to try and trump Everton's £3.7 million bid.
Earlier this month we speculated upon three players Leeds should potentially demand in exchange for the 22-year-old.
Jack Sullivan, son of West Ham co-owner David Sullivan, posted this cryptic tweet soon after Everton's accepted bid for Byram was reported.
We are in the mix!!— Jack Sullivan (@jsullivanwhu) January 14, 2016
Byram was voted PFA player of the month in the Championship for December, winning 82 per cent of the vote, after scoring three goals for Leeds, playing in an advanced role.
He has been at the club since turning professional, but has been unable to agree a new contract. Now it seems he has a big decision to make between Everton and West Ham, if Leeds accept the offer from the East London side.