A Saudi Arabian club are looking to snap up West Ham United centre-back Nayef Aguerd this month, according to Sky Sports News.


With the window now open for business, Premier League clubs are again a risk of clubs from Saudi Arabia looking to snare away their players.


Aguerd is a player that Saudi giants Al Ittihad tried to sign from West Ham in the summer transfer window.




It is unclear whether they have come back in for him, but a club from Saudi Arabia do want to snap up the West Ham man.


Aguerd is currently on Africa Cup of Nations duty with Morocco, leaving West Ham without his services.



How David Moyes’ side might react to an approach from Saudi Arabia for the defender remains to be seen.


The Saudi side could though put a substantial proposal on the table which might focus minds at the London Stadium.



Aguerd has made 21 appearances across all competitions for West Ham so far this season, being booked once and sent off once.