West Ham will take on Championship side Blackburn away from home at Ewood Park in the fifth round of the FA Cup this afternoon.
Lanzini has recovered from a hamstring problem and trained with the rest of the Hammers’ squad this week.
Gold has suggested on Twitter that the 23-year-old Argentine attacking midfielder could play against Rovers this afternoon.
The West Ham co-chairman has also clarified plans regarding the Olympic Stadium, which will be the London club’s home from next season.
I'm sure Lanzini will play some part in tomorrow's game. dg https://t.co/6MOwXx3rVU— David Gold (@davidgold) February 20, 2016
Yes, we have applied for permission to extend the capacity from 54000 to 60000 in an effort to meet demand. dg https://t.co/2lGSpZSX67— David Gold (@davidgold) February 20, 2016
@davidgold mixed messages r/e OS expansion to 60k. Could you please confirm or deny the club have applied for this David?— Steve Milchard (@stevemilchard) February 20, 2016
The rumours suggesting we are increasing the number of seats just for our critics, who said "you won't fill the stadium" Are not true. dg— David Gold (@davidgold) February 20, 2016
A 60,000 seater stadium is not the end, there are still further possibilities. dg https://t.co/KrBAqo82MG— David Gold (@davidgold) February 20, 2016
@davidgold Is it possible we can increase capacity beyond 60,000 in the future or is that it, end of?— Andy Kay (@KAYDM49) February 20, 2016
Lanzini has scored four goals and created 14 chances in 14 Premier League appearances for West Ham so far this season.
The Argentine attacker has a pass accuracy of 89% and a shot accuracy of 40%, and has won two headers, 32 dribbles and 14 tackles.
West Ham are seventh in the Premier League table at the moment with 40 points from 26 matches.