Arsenal's Theo Walcott
A report in the Daily Mirror has suggested that West Ham are considering making a move for Arsenal forward Theo Walcott this summer, with the 28-year-old reportedly frustrated about his first-team prospects with the Gunners.
Walcott featured much less prominently once Arsene Wenger switched to a 3-5-2 system during the latter stages of last season, and the Mirror reports that he could now seek a fresh challenge as he looks to get back into the England squad for next summer's World Cup.
He is not the only Gunners forward being talking about as a potential big-money West Ham target this summer, with Goal recently stating that Olivier Giroud is also on the Irons' radar, and they were prepared to offer him a contract worth £100,000 a week.
Although Giroud has been the slightly more prolific scorer over the course of their Premier League careers, it may not be a surprise if Hammers fans are more excited about the prospect of signing Walcott.
The former Southampton man is a couple of years younger than the Frenchman, and has rarely been given a chance to thrive as a central striker, so perhaps there may be more to come from him if given a chance - especially if he is using earning a place in the England squad as motivation to succeed should he move to the London Stadium.
West Ham United manager Slaven Bilic