West Ham United are urgently considering their options in the winter transfer window amidst an injury crisis, according to the Evening Standard.


The Hammers were looking for additions going into the winter window but now they are desperate to bring in reinforcements.


While Jarrod Bowen’s ankle problem is not as serious as previously anticipated, Lucas Paqueta is facing a lengthy spell on the sidelines.




Michail Antonio is already out injured and Mohammed Kudus is away on international duty at the Africa Cup of Nations.


It has exacerbated West Ham’s need for new faces and the club are desperately studying their options.



The Hammers have already failed with an approach for Genoa winger Albert Gudmundsson.


West Ham also have firm interest in Sunderland winger Jack Clarke and Ajax’s Steven Bergwijn but they are yet to table offers.



Said Benrahma, Danny Ings and Pablo Fornals are all up for sale as the club look to raise funds.


The club are keen to move quickly to strengthen David Moyes’ hand and avoid spoiling their good first half of the season.