According to a report from West London Sport, West Ham boss David Moyes could make a double swoop for Queens Park Rangers duo Eberechi Eze and Ryan Manning this summer.
The Hammers boss desperately needs to freshen up his options at the London Stadium this summer.
And two positions that he will undoubtedly be looking to bolster is left-back and attacking midfield.
Aaron Cresswell has badly regressed this season whilst Manuel Lanzini has suffered the same fate. Meanwhile, the jury is still out on Pablo Fornals.
And West London Sport suggest that Moyes is looking to bring both Eze and Manning to the London Stadium in order to address his squad deficiencies.
The 22-year-old attacking midfielder and the 24-year-old left-back would be superb additions for West Ham.
Eze has racked up an impressive 13 goals and eight assists in 45 Championship outings for QPR (Transfermarkt).
Manning, meanwhile, has racked up three goals and seven assists in 40 Championship outings for Queens Park Rangers this season (Transfermarkt).
In those appearances, the 24-year-old has averaged 2.1 tackles, 1.4 interceptions and 1.8 clearances per game. He also averages 46 passes per game (Who Scored).
Both players would definitely improve West Ham as a team. Moyes must sell before he can buy, however.
Reports were released last night from Claret and Hugh claiming that the Scot won’t have a penny to spend before he moves on the deadwood.
And with targets likes Eze and Manning, lets hope the Hammers manager embarks on a selling spree sooner rather than later.