West Ham United to swoop for Liverpool forward?
West Ham United are weighing up a January move for Liverpool forward Divock Origi, according to The Sun.
The Hammers were linked with several strikers over the summer, but they failed to bolster the centre-forward department.
They are likely to address the concern at the turn of the year, and are keen on pursuing a marksman with Premier League experience.
Origi was linked with a move away from the Reds in the last transfer window, but they were no clubs willing to meet the price tag.
The Reds wanted around £25m for the 26-year-old, and could demand a similar fee when the transfer window reopens in January.
The Hammers have made an excellent start to the campaign that sees them fourth. There have been goal contributions from everywhere.
Michail Antonio has been the pick of the players with six goals alongside three assists, but he has had injury troubles in recent years.
The Jamaican is the only specialist striker in the ranks. Moyes is wary that an injury to him could scupper the club's Champions League hopes.