West Ham will consider offers for striker Jordan Hugill, according to the Football Insider. The 27-year-old has been on loan at Championship side QPR and the Hammers are prepared to offload him on a permanent basis.
Considering the Hammers’ lack of forward options, it was speculated that the forward could be recalled in January, but it is believed he has no future at the London Stadium and he will be sold if a satisfactory offer is made.
Hugill has been in good goalscoring form since moving to QPR, having hit the back of the net five times in just ten appearances for the London club.
The former Preston player has, however, only played three times for the Irons, and has not made a single appearance under manager Manuel Pellegrini.
Hugill was originally signed for £10m in the 2018 January transfer window but was brought in by previous head coach David Moyes.