West Ham United are set to table a bid for Ross McCormack.
McCormack, aged 27 was the Championship’s top goalscorer last season, after netting 29 League goals.
The Scot is valued at around £8 million or so by Leeds, but is thought to be unsettled following the sacking of Brian McDermott.And the fact that he is unsettled may trigger a whole host of bids from Premier League clubs.
West Ham had a previous bid turned down in January, and they are likely to go in for the striker once again.
Sam Allardyce has made the highly-rated former Cardiff man his number one target this window, and he is likely to get the financial backing from Gold and Sullivan.
West Ham are one of a number of clubs keen on him, with Leicester City, Celtic, Newcastle United and Malaga also interested.