West Ham could reportedly receive an offer from West Brom for attacker Grady Diangana.
The 21-year-old Hammers star is currently out on loan at the Hawthorns and is impressing in the Championship.
According to the Telegraph, West Brom boss Slaven Bilic is plotting a £1.5million offer to ensure Diangana stays with the club on loan for the rest of the season.
It is understood that West Ham have the option to recall the dazzling wide player by 27 January, but the Baggies want to get rid of the recall clause and keep him.
The report explains that West Brom hope a £1.5million loan fee will allow the to keep him, while they also have eyes on an extra £3million offer to take him on loan again next season.
It’s clear that West Brom are desperate to keep Diangana at the club, so much so that they are willing to pay a seven-figure sum to keep him.
The left-winger has scored five goals and supplied six assists in the league so far during his loan, which has helped West Brom sit top of the Championship in their bid for promotion.
He’s out on a season-long loan anyway with the Midlands club, but West Ham need to decide whether or not he could help them in the second half of the season if they recall him.
David Moyes has arrived at the London Stadium to help steer the club away from relegation trouble and he could do with some extra quality in the squad.