West Ham United were recently reported to have reignited their interest in Bournemouth striker Callum Wilson.
The Hammers have lost Andy Carroll and Lucas Perez already this summer and are definitely light in terms of attacking options at the moment.
Apparently the club are keen to reignite their previous interest in Callum Wilson according to The Sun, and a £35 million bid could be tabled.
The England international enjoyed a good season at the Vitality in 2018/19, scoring 15 goals and making 10 assists in 33 appearances.
His form has alerted the likes of Tottenham Hotspur and Chelsea previously, but Bournemouth do no want to sell.
The player, though, is apparently open to a move – and maybe West Ham should be seeking to offer a player-plus-cash in exchange for the 27-year-old.
Wilson is now a proven Premier League goalscorer and is also impressively creative.
He would be a brilliant signing for West Ham but the Cherries will undoubtedly be demanding big money.
Perhaps the club should be offering Javier Hernandez along with their cash bid in order to sweeten the deal.
The Mexican poacher has admitted (Goal) he could leave, and the club need to upgrade on him.
Currently earning £140,000-a-week (Spotrac), getting him off the books will not be easy but West Ham should still attempt to use him and see what happens.