Bournemouth duo David Brooks and Callum Wilson have been linked with West Ham amongst others according to Sky Sports
Brooks is a Welsh international and is attracting interest from a host of clubs, including West Ham, Spurs, Newcastle and Crystal Palace.
It’s been revealed that former Spurs manager Mauricio Pochettino wanted the winger last season and was quoted £50million, which put the club off from making a bid. Sheffield United sold the 23-year-old to Bournemouth two years ago for £12million and inserted a sell-on clause.
The blades would be set to receive 10% of the selling price Bournemouth receive -£12million.
The Cherries are expected to seek a fee in excess of £20m to sell Wilson after their five-year spell in the Premier League came to an end on Sunday.
The Hammers are known to want to add pace to their front line and Wilson, who has scored 67 goals in 180 appearances for the south coast side,
Brooks’ and Wilson agent is West Ham favored agent Will Salthouse of Unique Sports Management.
Salthouse also manages other West Ham transfer targets including Said Benrahma and Christoph Zimmermann.
USM are also the agents of West Ham players Michail Antonio, Ryan Fredericks, Aaron Cresswell and Darren Randolph