Just after signing Enner Valencia, West Ham United are keen to add another two players to their squad as Sam Allardyce prepares a double loan swoop for Saphir Taider front Inter Milan and Vitorino Antunes from Malaga, Daily Star reports.
The first candidate, Taider, recently showcased his talents for Algeria at the World Cup and at only 22-years-old, found it hard to break into the Inter first team.
He also revealed his intentions to leave the Serie A and make the switch to the English Premier League as West Ham prepare a loan deal for the midfielder which could be made permanent depending on his performance for the club.
In addition to that, Allardyce is also interested in another loan move for Malaga left-back Vitorino Antunes who could also become a permanent signing and should set back the Hammers a further £4 million.
The club have also completed the signings of Mauro Zarate, Cheikhou Kouyate, Aaron Cresswell, and Diego Poyet in recent weeks, as Big Sam looks to continue his summer shopping spree with another two more additions.