West Ham United could yet sign both Said Benrahma and Josh King in the final days of the transfer window as they look to bolster their attacking options, as per the Daily Mail.
The Hammers have had a decent start to the campaign and two big wins over Wolves and Leicester City respectively have boosted hopes that this can be a good season for the Irons.
David Moyes still wants to add players to his ranks in the final third, though, and it looks as though both Benrahma and King are being targeted.
Benrahma appears the closest according to the report, with a medical expected before a £30m move from Championship side Brentford.
King, meanwhile, will remain a target even if Benrahma does sign with Moyes looking to add the striker before tomorrow’s deadline at 5pm – Bournemouth reportedly want £16m for the forward.
If West Ham manage to sign both King and Benrahma before the deadline than that would be some statement and also a fair bit of spending late in the market.
If the Hammers do pay £30m for Benrahma and reach the £16m asking price for King they’ll be spending close to £50m for the duo and fans will then hope they can bag plenty of goals to start paying back that outlay.