Former Nigeria international Emmanuel Emenike has been linked with a loan move to the English Premier League where West Ham are believed to be interested in his service.
Emenike just fresh from a loan spell in the Middle East where he stared for Dubai-based club Al Ain has been declared surplus to requirement at his parent club Fenerbahce hence the need to find another club before the January window winds down.
Already, West Ham co-owner David Sullivan has confirmed that the club are in talks with a new striker but he was coy on the identity of the transfer target
“There’s a possibility that a striker will come in on loan, with the option to buy, within the next seven days. He’s an overseas striker.
“If I told you, you wouldn’t believe it. I can’t tell you which league because then you’ll know exactly who it is. We are signing from a very strange league. But he has played in higher leagues.” The West Ham top act declared.
Indeed, the Hammers are in dire need of reinforcements with the injury plague the club is going through.