West Ham transfer round-up: £7 million exit edging closer; 26-year-old PL striker on radar

West Ham manager Slaven Bilic during the press conference

West Ham United seem to be struggling in the transfer market again this summer.

First up is news that the Hammers have finally come to an agreement with Mexican side Tigres to sell Enner Valencia, for a fee believed to be in the region of between £6million and £7 million, according to Sky Sports News.

The Ecuadorian disappointed during his time at West Ham, scoring just 10 goals in 72 appearances.

Meanwhile, the Mirror are reporting that the east London outfit are moving swiftly to replace Valencia, by lining up a £15 million bid for Burnley striker Andre Gray.

Burnley's Andre GrayBurnley's Andre Gray

The 26-year-old is in high demand this summer, and is drawing attention from various Premier League clubs including Everton and Tottenham, according to the Telegraph.

Meanwhile, Slaven Bilic looks set to miss out on another of his primary transfer targets, with Chris Smalling set to snub a move to the London Stadium, according to the Daily Mail.

The report states that the 27-year-old England international will only consider joining a club who can offer Champions League football.

And finally, in what is more bad news for Hammers fans, West Ham are set to miss out on two of their key striker targets - Olivier Giroud and Kelechi Iheanacho, with the pair set to choose Everton and Leicester City respectively over a move to east London, according to the Mirror.

Arsenal's Olivier Giroud looks dejectedArsenal's Olivier Giroud 

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