All West Ham's latest news rounded up right here, including transfer updates and latest club news.
The Sun are reporting that West Ham are close to sealing the loan capture of Argentine striker Jonathan Calleri. The report suggests that the opportunity to work under Slaven Bilic and to play at the club's new Olympic Stadium will be deciding factors in convincing the the 22-year-old to move to London.
Meanwhile, The Daily Mail claim that West Ham have slapped an £18 million price-tag on Reece Oxford's head, with Manchester United's interest in the 17-year-old whiz-kid gaining momentum.
West Ham's Reece Oxford is being continually linked with a move away from the club
In other transfer news, it was reported yesterday that West Ham were interested in bringing Borussia Dortmund's Matthias Ginter to London (Sport Bild), and the Bundesliga club's boss Thomas Tuchel gave an emphatic response in regards to the future of his player, when speaking to Sky Sports.
"With Ginter, I think everything is said," he said. "German clubs wanted to sign him and now English clubs want to sign him. I don't know if everything is true or it is just rumours but we made our point clear - Matthias is our player and stays our player."
In worrying news for Hammers fans, The London Evening Standard is reporting that Aaron Cresswell could be out of action for up to six months after being on the receiving end of a horrific tackle during West Ham's friendly match in Austria yesterday.
Co-chairman David Gold took to social media network Twitter to confirm that the club are awaiting results of a scan:
West Ham's Aaron Cresswell
CandH sources are accurate and we are apprehensive but it doesn't look minor. We await the scans in the next day or so good luck Aaron. dg— David Gold (@davidgold) July 24, 2016
And finally, West Ham's pre-season preparations continued yesterday with a comfortable 3-0 victory over 2.Bundesliga side Karlsruher, with new signing Håvard Nordtveit gaining most of the plaudits.
Nordtveit looks like he will prove to be a fantastic signing for West Ham
The holding midfielder moved to the Hammers this summer on a free transfer after his contract expired at Borussia Monchengladbach.
The 26-year-old Norwegian seems to have made a fantastic initial impression at the club, judging by fans reaction on social media network Twitter following the victory, shown right here on HITC Sport.