WEST HAM want to reunite old Bournemouth pals Callum Wilson and Ryan Fraser.
The Hammers are leading the chase to sign Cherries striker Wilson in an £18million swoop.
And Irons boss David Moyes wants to hijack winger Fraser’s free transfer to Crystal Palace.
The Eagles offered Fraser, 26, a £50,000-a-week deal but West Ham are set to match that amount.
Wilson, 28, is certain to leave the relegated Cherries, and he has no shortage of admirers.
Tottenham, Fulham and Newcastle have all been linked with a move for the striker.
But sources close to the player say he is leaning towards a switch to the Hammers – against whom he scored seven of his 41 Prem goals for Bournemouth during their five seasons in the top-flight.
He managed only eight league goals in total last term as he failed to save the Dorset side from the drop.
However that has not put off the Hammers and others from trying to sign him.
In another blow to Bournemouth, promoted Leeds want to re-sign midfielder Lewis Cook.
It is understood that the Whites will test the Championship side’s resolve with a £15m bid.