A select round-up of all the latest West Ham United news...
Republic of Ireland's Seamus Coleman clashes with Italy's Lorenzo Insigne
Slaven Bilic is keen to bolster his forward line further after the addition of Andre Ayew, and Il Mattino go on to claim that West Ham have held discussions with the player's agent Fabio Andreotti, and are prepared to offer Insigne a contract with £4.3 million per year.
Meanwhile, West Ham boss Slaven Bilic has told the club's official website that the Hammers have agreed a deal to sign Argentine striker Jonathan Calleri, despite reports amazing yesterday that Barcelona had entered the race to sign the 22-year-old.
Bilic said: “We have agreed to sign Calleri. We did the deal a little while ago, and he is a top striker."
In other news, Bilic has ruled the club out of making a move for Lyon striker Alexandre Lacazette. Speaking to Sky Sports, the Croatian was adamant that the Hammers are not in the race to sign the Frenchman:
Billie has ruled West Ham out of the running for Lacazette
"100 per cent we will not go for Lacazette.”
And finally, the Hammers have been linked with another striker today, with Goal.com reporting that the East London outfit are interested in bringing former Sunderland man Asamoah Gyan to the club on a season-long loan deal.
Former Sunderland striker Asamoah Gyan