A select round-up of the latest West Ham United news...
Reports emanating from Greece today claim that Olympiakos left-back Arthur Masuaku is on the verge of joining West Ham. SDNA report that the 22-year-old Frenchman flew into London this morning to finalise a move to the Hammers.
Masuaku has made 65 appearances for the Greek outfit since his move to the Karaiskakis Stadium two years ago.
In other news, after the Hammers highly publicised chase for a striker they finally seem to have found someone, albeit not the superstar the fans craved.
Andre Ayew celebrates after scoring for Swansea
The Ghanaian is said to in the process of negotiating personal terms with the Hammers.
Another Swansea striker who could have been heading to East London was Bafetimbi Gomis. One of his representatives claimed that the Hammers were interested in securing his client's services, but hinted that they didn't quite try hard enough, as quoted by Le Phoceen:
"Still he still had loads of options in England with West Ham who wanted even though it was not clear enough."
Gomis ended up joining Marseille on a season-long loan.
Liverpool's Mario Balotelli looks dejected
The Italian divides opinion, and his troublesome past has put off many potential suitors. Could Slaven Bilic offer the former Manchester City and Inter Milan striker an escape route from Anfield?
One would suspect that much will depend on their success in bringing their primary targets in to the club.
West Ham manager Slaven Bilic has failed to land many of his high-profile targets this summer