Reports in Italy are linking Gianluca Scamacca with a shock exit from West Ham.
The Irons paid over £35m to sign the striker from Sassuolo although it’s fair to argue that he hasn’t quite lived up to the fee just yet.
Scamacca has scored twice in 13 games in the Premier League but has also netted four times in the Europa Conference League.
However, the 23-year-old is now being touted as a potential target for Napoli.
Journalist Ciro Venerato, per AreaNapoli, reports that Scamacca has been identified as a potential replacement for Victor Osimhen.
Osimhen has scored nine goals in 11 Serie A games this season and is subsequently attracting interest from across Europe.
He would cost in excess of £80m to sign, and as a result, Napoli are said to be looking at potential alternatives.
Scamacca is put forward as one of those players, along with Chelsea striker Armando Broja.
The Irons aren’t going to be at all interested unless the fee is eye-bulging, but expect this one to run until the summer.