West Ham, Crystal Palace and Leicester City have been scouting Valencia pair Giorgi Mamardashvili and Yunus Musah, according to Eldesmarque.com.
The Spanish news outlet claims the Hammers have been regular visitors to the Mestalla this season as they keep an eye on the two players.
Both Musah and Mamardashvili are said to have release clauses worth €100m (£86.7m), but it is unlikely that Valencia will hold out for that kind of fee for either of them.
Musah is a former Arsenal academy graduate who moved to Spain in 2019, and he has been attracting interest from his old club, in addition to Chelsea and Liverpool.
Mamardashvili, meanwhile, has also been on Chelsea and Manchester United’s radar as the two teams look for new goalkeepers.
Considering West Ham have both Lukasz Fabianski and Alphonse Areola, it would be a surprise if a bid for Mamardashvili is made a priority. Musah, on the other hand, would potentially be a replacement for Declan Rice.