West Ham could get Marseille midfielder Morgan Sanson at a knockdown price this summer, according to Le10 Sport.
The French magazine claims that the 25-year-old was subject to a €35m bid from the Hammers last year, which was turned down at the time.
However, Sanson could now be available for only €25m (£23m) as Marseille look to balance the books going into next season.
Whether West Ham will consider another offer for the Frenchman, it does seem doubtful. Back then, the London club had yet to sign Pablo Fornals from Villarreal.
With the Spaniard having picked up his form in recent months, as well as acquiring Tomas Soucek from Slavia Prague in January, the Irons are unlikely to be looking for another central midfielder.
Of course, a lot will depend on what division West Ham are playing in next season. If they were to be relegated, a move for Sanson would certainly be out of the question.