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First it was strikers, now it's left-backs who look to have climbed atop West Ham United's list of priorities following Aaron Cresswell's injury.
Wednesday's Hammers transfer news is dominated by a couple of names, following on from yesterday's link to Norwich City's Martin Olsson.
Charlton Athletic's Morgan Fox
West Ham are the implied suitors, with manager Slaven Bilic claimed to have wanted the Dutchman, currently of Dinamo Moscow, at former club Besiktas.
Ex-Manchester United man Alexander Buttner
The report states the Red Devils are considering a £50.2 million bid for the Frenchman - which would be a club record sale - who cost around a fifth of that this time last year.
West Ham's Dimitri Payet
Back to incomings now though, with David Gold offering a bold incentive to targets who may be reluctant to make moves to east London.
Speaking to Sky Sports News, the West Ham co-chairman said: "It's hard to get those very, very top players to come to West Ham because they want Champions League and that means they're going to have to wait a year before they can play in the Champions League."
When quizzed on his claim by a reporter, he reiterated: "Only a year."
West Ham co chairman David Gold
According to the London Evening Standard, Gold's line may have worked on Jonathan Calleri, whose loan move to the Olympic Stadium is to be imminently confirmed, it is claimed.
However, the publication adds he may need to pull it out again as he continues his search for a 'world-class' striker in addition to the Argentine..