Robert Snodgrass is attracting attention following Norwich’s relegation from the Premiership.
The Scotland International has been on the radar of West Ham United for a while and appears to be available for around £3 million.
Snodgrass, 26, has a hernia problem which may affect his medical should the two clubs be able to agree terms.
The winger has scored six goals in 29 games this season but despite this, the Canaries were relegated to the Championship having only amassed 33 points.
West Ham’s latest target has 15 caps for Scotland and has scored three goals for his country.
Snodgrass arrived in England when he signed for Leeds United in 2008 from Stirling Albion.
He would go on to score 35 goals in 168 games for the Yorkshire club before moving onto Norwich where he has scored 12 in 68 league games.