West Ham have joined fellow Premier League club Sunderland race for Fenerbahçe striker Moussa Sow according to Fotomac.
The report states newly appointed manager Slaven Bilic has been a fan of the Senegalese international since his time in Turkey.
Talksport recently claimed that Sunderland are preparing a bid for the 29-year-old.
Sow scored 16 goals and provided eight assists in all competitions last season but only has a year left on his contract with Fenerbahce.
The Senegalese international will make €1.4 million next season should he remain with the Yellow Canaries. Sow joined the Yellow Canaries on a €10 million transfer from Lille in 2012 after a successful spell at the club winning the Ligue 1 title.
The 29-year-old striker has won two Super Lig titles and the Turkish Cup since signing for the Istanbul giants.
West Ham finished last season in 12th place with 48 points in 38 games.