West Ham United have discussed other forward options beyond Feyenoord’s Santiago Gimenez and Chelsea’s Armando Broja, according to the Guardian.


The Hammers are working to try to sign Manchester City’s Kalvin Phillips and Arsenal’s Emile Smith Rowe on loan deals this month.


However, West Ham are also interested in strengthening other areas of their squad in the ongoing window.




David Moyes wants to add a forward to his squad before the window closes in little less than two weeks’ time.


Feyenoord’s Gimenez and Chelsea’s Broja have been on their radar but the club are looking at other names as well.



It has been claimed that more forward options have been discussed in recruitment meetings at West Ham.


The Hammers do not have the funds to match Chelsea’s £50m asking price for Broja but would be willing to do a loan deal.



Moyes freed up space on West Ham’s wage bill by loaning out Thilo Kehrer to Monaco earlier in the window.


More money could become available if West Ham manage to move on Said Benrahma who does not have a long-term future at the club.