West Ham United have been very active in the transfer window the club’s activity doesn’t seem to be ending any time soon.
The Premier League giants were hit with an injury blow last week when report confirmed Andy Carroll will be out of action for around three months having suffered a recurrence of an ankle problem.
Despite the former Liverpool striker, report claimed the Hammers have offered him to Turkish giants Besiktas, who are in the market for a striker after they sold Cenk Tosun to Everton in the January window.
It is also claimed that Fenerbahce are also eyeing a move for the former England international, although his injury hit means that a deal could be avoided until he returns to his full fitness.
Should Besikitas decided to not pursue his signature anymore this summer, the Turkish outlet have also been linked with the likes of Wilfried Bony, Adre-Pierre Gignac and Kostantinos Mitroglou who had earlier been linked with a move to West Ham.