West Ham are now one of five teams competing for the signature of Bournemouth winger Ryan Fraser, according to Todofichajes.com.
The Spanish website has said that Crystal Palace are the latest club to have entered the race for the Scottish international after making contact with the player’s agent.
Fraser’s contract with the Cherries expires at the end of next month, although it remains to be seen whether he’ll agree to a short-term extension to allow him to finish the season at the Vitality Stadium.
In addition to the Hammers and the Eagles, Arsenal, Tottenham and Liverpool are also said to be keeping tabs on the 26-year-old.
Considering West Ham manager David Moyes already has the likes of Felipe Anderson, Manuel Lanzini, Pablo Fornals and Michail Antonio who can play on the left-wing, an approach for Fraser does seem unlikely.
With Grady Diangana also having proved himself out on loan at West Brom, signing the Bournemouth star would also block the 22-year-old’s development.