Premier League side West Ham United are keeping close tabs on FC Lorient striker Terem Moffi.
According to The Sun, West Ham have watched the striker on several occasions and are contemplating making a move for him in the summer.
David Moyes is short of centre forwards and it’s one of the reasons for the team’s struggles in front of goal this season.
The Club however want to address the problem, and Moffi is seen as one of the possible options.
However, Lorient want a bumper pay for the striker who was linked with Southampton few weeks ago.
The Saints saw a £15m bid rejected for the striker, according to Sky Sports and could return with a better offer.
The forward has eighteen months left on his current deal with Lorient, who valued him at £25m.
Moffi has been in good form for Lorient this season, netting eleven goals in the French Ligue 1.
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