West Ham are closely monitoring Mario Lemina’s situation at Juventus, according to reports emerging from France.
Foot Mercato claim that the Hammers, as well as a number of other teams, are said to be lining up a move for the midfielder.
Slaven Bilic’s side will have a battle on their hands to sign the 23-year-old as Everton, Sevilla and Bayer Leverkusen are all interested in the Gabon international.
Lemina has been linked with a move all summer and it is possible that he will leave due to Juve’s numerous midfield options.
The former Marseille player made 31 appearances for Juve last campaign but he has yet to decide on his future.
Lemina may elect to remain as a substitute with the Bianconeri or decide to move on to find regular football elsewhere.
However, if a club wants to buy Lemina they will have to submit a suitable offer as Juve have already rejected a bid from Galatasaray.