West Ham will look to offload at least four players on a permanent basis in the summer, according to the Sun.
Midfielder Pedro Obiang will be allowed to leave, after having been heavily linked with a move to Fiorentina over the past few months.
Despite Javier Hernandez playing more regularly in recent weeks, the Mexican could also be sacrificed as the Hammers look to get rid of players earning above £100,000 a week.
Lucas Perez, who has fallen out of favour under manager Manuel Pellegrini for disciplinary reasons, will also be sold to reduce the wage bill.
With Marko Arnautovic also expected to leave, it could free up transfer funds and wages for Pellegrini to reshape his squad in the summer.
The Chilean’s first season in charge has been inconsistent but the West Ham hierarchy are convinced he could improve the club’s fortunes next campaign if given the right level of investment.