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West Ham make Josh King approach as Hammers target striking reinforcements in domestic transfer window

West Ham have contacted the representatives of Bournemouth striker Josh King as they look to replace Felipe Anderson.

The Hammers, who are yet to make a formal offer to the Championship side, agreed to loan Anderson – one of the top earners at the London Stadium – to Porto for the season on Tuesday and are now in the market for a replacement before the domestic window closes on October 16.

There has been interest in Brentford’s Said Benrahma, who is available at around £25million, but with King having less than one year on his contract at the south coast, Bournemouth would consider offers of £10-15million for the Norway international.

King, who almost joined Manchester United in the final days of the January transfer window, had been keen on a move to a Champions League club but no such opportunities have yet materialised.

Anderson’s move to Portugal for the season, as well as an agreement with Jack Wilshere to terminate is £100,000-a-week contract in east London, has freed up funds to push for signings, with a defender still on manager David Moyes’s wishlist.

The 28-year-old, who has 48 caps for his country, has bags of Premier League experience having scored 48 goals in 161 top flight appearances.

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