West Ham are set to make a bid for Fenerbahce striker Moussa Sow.
The Senegal striker has an average of exactly one goal every two games for the Turkish club and also bagged 25 goals for Lille as part of their legendary title-winning side of 2011.
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The Hammers are still on the lookout for a forward as Andy Carroll’s injury means they currently only have misfiring Modibo Maiga, Diafra Sakho and Enner Valencia to pick from up front.
While Sow still has a year on his contract at Fener, the club’s high-profile signing of Robin van Persie could see his first team opportunities limited in Istanbul this season.
It is believed he would cost West Ham around £12million .
Meanwhile, former Tottenham and Manchester United striker Dimitar Berbatov looks set to come back to the Premier League after being heavily linked with Aston Villa.
Although West Ham ’s attacking roster isn’t short of the flair Berbatov would bring, the free agent would add Premier League know-how to a forward line lacking in big game experience.
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