Speculation claims West Ham United are preparing a major striker clear-out.
But David Moyes has to juggle getting results on the pitch with securing some important signings on it to help West Ham stay up.
Moyes has bemoaned the fact he has am imbalanced squad with too many forwards.
And according to reports this week the East Londoners are prepared to sell Andre Ayew, Diafra Sakho, Javier Hernandez and even Andy Carroll should they receive satisfactory offers.
So could the reported striker clear-out suggest that West Ham are one of two Premier League clubs reportedly interested in former Watford star Odion Ighalo?
Hammers co-owner David Sullivan admitted previously he wanted to bring Ighalo to West Ham after his brilliant first debut season in the Premier League at Vicarage Road where he scored 17 goals.
But the striker endured a difficult second season in the top flight netting just twice in 19 appearances before being sold to Chinese Super League side Changchun Yatai for £20 million.
Time will tell if the Hammers are one of the interested parties but given their apparent willingness to clear the decks up front he could be a good addition.