West Ham are targeting January acquisitions in central midfield and in goal in the January transfer window following the appointment of David Moyes as manager of the London Stadium outfit.
The Premier League strugglers have had plenty of issues between the sticks so far this season, with highly rated first choice Lukasz Fabianski only just returning from injury.
Roberto dropped clanger after clanger in the Pole's absence, resulting in third choice David Martin featuring in four league games before picking up an injury of his own. The Hammers have also been overrun in midfield during games they've lost in recent weeks, with the need for an eventual successor to Mark Noble evident.
According to Sky Sports News reporter Kaveh Solhekol, a midfielder and a goalkeeper are high on the Irons' wish list.
He said: "The Hammers have two key targets during the January window and are seeking a strong, physical, box-to-box midfielder - and they have between £6m and £12m to spend.
"They are also looking to sign a goalkeeper: Lukasz Fabianski is on his way back from long-term injury and they have been reluctant to put Roberto back in the starting XI after a dreadful seven-game run in the Premier League. Again, their budget for this position is between £6m and £12m.
"As with most clubs, they are also open to signing another centre-forward, with Sebastian Haller yet to make make his real mark and fellow summer signing Albian Ajeti struggling to get in the team."
With Solhekol revealing West Ham could have as much as £24m to spend in January, their could be some significant upheaval in their squad over the next month.
Source : 90min