Sakho is said to have fallen out with David Moyes already, after suffering from a lack of game time this season.
The Senegalese international was out of West Ham’s starting line-up when Slaven Bilic was in charge, and his fortunes haven’t changed since Moyes took over.
It is thought that Sakho could now move on in January, with West Ham naming their price for the front-man.
Sakho has been heavily linked with a move to West Brom, after a move to the Hawthorns collapsed in the summer.
Although the Baggies have changed managers, Alan Pardew has already seen that Albion need to make attacking additions.
And, for £15 million, Sakho could be a good choice to bring to West Brom.
Sakho has proven he can score goals in the Premier League, and his price-tag seems reasonable, in comparison to some of the inflated fees being demanded elsewhere.
West Brom simply must find a way to score more goals, if they are to stay up, and there is little doubting that Sakho would be an upgrade on what they have currently, if Pardew was able to bring the forward to the Hawthorns.