West Ham are one of three clubs who have made offers for AC Milan striker Krzysztof Piatek, according to the Corriere Della Sera.
The Italian newspaper claims that the Hammers, Aston Villa and Bayer Leverkusen are all looking to sign the Polish international, with Chief Football Officer Zvonimir Boban “ready to consider” bids for the 24-year-old.
Piatek only joined the Rossoneri from Genoa for €35m (£30m) last January, and he started his career at the San Siro well by scoring seven goals in his first six appearances. But things have not gone so swimmingly since then.
From the beginning of March, his form dropped off, scoring just four more goals in 15 games, and his poor performances have carried into this campaign, with just four goals in 18 appearances.
Piatek has reportedly already rejected moves to Crystal Palace and a return to Genoa. West Ham manager David Moyes is, though, keen to reinforce his forward line to help out Sebastien Haller but it remains to be seen if the Polish forward is interested in a switch to the London Stadium.