West Ham are reportedly on the search for an attacker and have attention on Florinel Coman at Romanian top-flight club FCSB.
According to the Daily Mail, the Hammers have eyed the 21-year-old wide man that has impressed this season.
The report also explains that Manchester City and Roma have checked out the rising talent.
Coman has eight goals and five assists in just 19 appearances so far this season across all competitions, with his pace and skill really grabbing attention.
The left-winger may be familiar to English audiences after he scored twice in a Romania victory against the Young Lions in the Under-21s European Championship in the summer.
He’s now represented his national at senior level and is a rising talent attracting some big interest.
West Ham fans should certainly be excited about the speculation and hope they make a swoop for him, but it could be bad news for one of their current stars.
Robert Snodgrass should have the alarm bells ringing amid the speculation that West Ham are eyeing an exciting attacker.
The 32-year-old did score his first goal of the season in the draw with Sheffield United last weekend, but is hardly a regular starter in the team.
He surely has to put in more strong performances to stay firmly in Manuel Pellegrini’s plans, or he could find himself replaced by potential transfer targets.
Snodgrass is still under contract until 2021 at the London Stadium and on his day can be a threat, but the attacking midfielder has only started two Premier League games this campaign and already has tough competition for a spot.