West Ham United are considering a loan move for Paris Saint-Germain attacker Jese Rodriguez in January, according to The Daily Star.
The Hammers find themselves in the lower reaches of the Premier League table after a dismal start to the campaign, with the pre-season hype around the London club having dissipated.
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The lack of a clinical edge has not helped Slaven Bilic’s men this season, with summer loan signing Simone Zaza failing to inspire any confidence after sub-standard performances.
With reports that the Italy international will be offloaded next month, West Ham may well be looking for a replacement to bolster their attacking options.
Jese is a product of the Real Madrid youth system but moved to the French capital in the summer in a bid to gain regular first-team football.
However, the Spaniard has not received this under Unai Emery, with the 23-year-old only starting one Ligue 1 game this term for PSG and a back-up to Edinson Cavani.
Jese would be a versatile and able recruit for West Ham, with his potential loan signing a coup for the struggling Premier League side.