West Ham have received no interest in any of the fringe players they are ready to move on this winter.
Andriy Yarmolenko, Ryan Fredericks and surplus to requirements keeper Darren Randolph are three the club would be ready to receive offers for but as yet there has been no move from anywhere.
Yarmo has been in very poor form, Fredericks remains injured as he has for much of the season and Randolph has yet to appear in a single match this season.
The Ukranian has told his international boss he wants to leave the club after an awful and injury ravaged season whilst Fredericks is now down the pecking order at right back behind Vladi Coufal and Ben Johnson.
The reality is the Hammers would be very fortunate to receive much more than £5 million for the three of them but they would create a big saving on the wage bill of aroud £175k a week.
But it seems the Irons will have to all but give them away to get any result.