Senegalese international Diafra Sakho has handed a transfer request to West Ham United as he looks to leave the London Club for a new experience, Sky Sports reports.
Former Hammers boss Sam Allardyce sogned the Senegal international from French Ligue 1 side Metz in 2014 but the striker has grown discontented at the club in the recent months.
The 26-year-old joined on a four-year contract and has scored 15 goals in 43 Premier League matches for the club, most of those coming in the 2015/16 season.
West Bromwich Albion is reportedly interested in the striker, who did not travel to the US with West Ham United for their pre-season tour at the weekend after stating that he felt unwell.
The striker’s position in the team is also complicated by the Hammers open declaration that the club is on the hunt for a big name forward, with a return for Argentine Carlos Tevez being mulled.