West Ham United could benefit from the current squad overhaul at Manchester United by trying to acquire the services of both Ashley Young and Wilfried Zaha, Metro reports.
Without much funds to work with, Sam Allardyce will be preparing a loan deal to bring the pair of players to strengthen both his flanks ahead of the new season.
Young joined United back in 2011 and was in good form during his first season, but failed to replicate his performance as he saw his first team place limited.
Zaha was viewed as a player with major potential after joining the Red Devils for about £15 million, but has yet to live up to his label as England’s wonderkid.
Whether or not they will be able to make the switch to West Ham will lie on United’s new manager Louis van Gaal, as he will need to decide on the future of the two wingers.
Big Sam has had quite a successful transfer window so far, with the likes of Mauro Zarate, Enner Valencia, Diego Poyet, Aaron Cresswell, and Cheikhou Kouyate all recently joining the club.