According to a report from the Express, David Moyes is eyeing potential moves for Real Madrid ace Luka Jovic and Chelsea striker Michy Batshuayi, with Monaco’s interest in signing Sebastien Haller intensifying.
The 26-year-old Frenchman joined the Hammers from Eintracht Frankfurt last summer for around £45 million (BBC).
He has really struggled to impress at the London Stadium, however. Haller lost his place to Michail Antonio after the return of Premier League action in June.
And it is clear to see that he isn’t guaranteed regular action under David Moyes.
The Express claims that the 57-year-old Scot would like to keep Haller. But with Monaco ramping up their interest in the Frenchman, West Ham could look to bring in Real Madrid striker Luka Jovic or Chelsea forward Michy Batshuayi to replace the 6ft 3in hitman.
Neither Jovic or Batshuayi have impressed for Los Blancos and the Blues respectively this season.
All change in attack at the London Stadium this summer?
If the West Ham fans were given the chance to decide who Moyes signs this summer, however, the vast majority of us would surely choose the Serbian.
The 22-year-old joined Madrid last summer for around £55 million (Goal). He has struggled under Zinedine Zidane at the Santiago Bernabeu. But it could be argued that he just hasn’t been given enough game-time to prove himself, with only 422 minutes of La Liga action to his name this season.
Jovic proved with Eintracht Frankfurt what he is capable of, with 27 goals and six assists in 46 games during the 2018/19 campaign (Who Scored).
Batshuayi, meanwhile, has been nothing more than a huge flop since joining Chelsea from Marseille in the summer of 2016 for around £33m (The Guardian).
The 26-year-old has scored just 25 goals in 77 games for the Blues (Transfermarkt), and he seemingly faces a bleak future at Stamford Bridge under Frank Lampard.
Jovic really is on another level to Batshuayi.
Now, Haller could still come good next season of course. But if West Ham do end up selling him, Madrid hitman Jovic could end up being a very good replacement for the 26-year-old.