Hammers boss David Moyes will be desperate to bolster his ranks at the London Stadium this month, as he looks to guide his side to a top 10 finish in the Premier League table.
The Scot has bemoaned the imbalance of his squad, since taking over at West Ham in November, highlighting the lack of right-sided forwards amongst his group as a particular concern.
The 26-year-old has chipped in with 15 goals and five assists in 24 appearances in all competitions for Feyenoord this season, and has showcased his exceptional quality on a consistent basis.
Berghuis can play anywhere along the front-line, but is most comfortable when operating in the wide right attacking role - which would make him the ideal addition to the West Ham squad.
The pacey Dutchman would undoubtedly aadd a certain level of potency to the Hammers' play in the final third, and his presence would surely help bring out the best in Marko Arnautovic.
The Austrian could strike up a formidable partnership with Berghuis, and the pair could fire West Ham to a top 10 finish this season.
Whilst there have been no rumours linking the east London outfit with a move for the Feyenoord man, David Moyes should seriously consider bringing him to the London Stadium this month, and if he manages to do just that, it could turn out to be a signing of real significance for the Hammers.
The fleet-footed attacker is under contract with Feyenoord until the summer of 2021, however, so West Ham will have to offer a substantial amount fo money to tempt the Dutch side into selling.
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