Not many would have predicted that West Ham United would need to dip into the transfer window again in January given that they recruited nine new faces in the summer.
However, Manuel Pellegrini has been linked to a handful of players ahead of the transfer window re-opening.
The Hammers are dealing with a few injuries in midfield, but it is up front where the club are reportedly looking to also strengthen.
According to a recent report in The Sun, the East London outfit are one of a few clubs considering a move for Liverpool striker Dominic Solanke.
The publication states that the Reds are open to offloading him on loan for the rest of the season in order to rack up some competitive minutes.
West Ham’s main attacking option is Marko Arnautovic, but his back-ups, including Javier Hernandez, have struggled to deliver when called upon.
We asked you if Solanke would slot well into the Hammers’ team, and there is clearly a divide, with only a small majority believing that a transfer is a good idea.