West Ham United joint-chairman David Sullivan has revealed that the club has tabled bids for several strikers, including one in England.
With Andy Carroll sidelined for four months due to an ankle injury, Sullivan is looking to bring in another striker to provide manager Sam Allardyce with more options.
The Hammers have already made six signings this window, but are looking to further add to their squad.
Sullivan told the club’s website: “We’ve got offers in for three or four strikers – one in England, three abroad – and we just hope to land one of them. We do need to sign another player.
“We’ve got offers in for three or four strikers – one in England, three abroad – and we just hope to land one of them. We do need to sign another player.”
“We have worked 24/7 all summer and we still want to get at least one more striker in. It’s been very, very tough but we’re pleased with what we’ve got – there are players with massive potential for the future but we know there isn’t enough goals in the team at the moment.”
West Ham are looking to bring in one more striker to join Enner Valencia and Mauro Zarate in supplementing the Hammers’ frontline for the new season – but Sullivan believes both players will have a positive impact.