West Ham are keen on signing Hull City attacker Jarrod Bowen, according to the Sun.
The Hammers are allegedly prepared to spend £15 million on the 23-year-old.
And although the east London club will probably have to pay more than that for Bowen, he could totally transform them as a team, if they do in fact get him.
The Hull ace has been on fire this season, racking up 17 goals and four assists in 24 games.
He would help bring out the best in Sebastien Haller, and his direct playing style, excellent technique and keen eye for goal would make West Ham a much more potent attacking force.
The Hammers have made a bad habit recently of signing players who are well past their best on extortionate wages.
Just look at the likes of Jack Wilshere, Andriy Yarmolenko and Carlos Sanchez.
And bringing in Bowen in January would seriously buck that trend.
The 23-year-old possesses all of the attributes needed to succeed in the Premier League. And for around £20 million, he would be an absolute steal for West Ham.
There are other clubs interested in Bowen, including Tottenham (The Sun), so the Hammers need to get down to business, and fast.
The east London club have made a very slow start to their 2019/20 campaign, but signing someone like Bowen could totally transform them as a team, and their season.