Evening Standard journalist Jack Rosser has revealed West Ham United could be priced out of a move for central defensive targets Clement Lenglet and Nikola Milenkovic.
Hammers boss David Moyes is looking to bolster his squad with new arrivals after a club record Premier League points tally ensured the east Londoners will feature in the Europa League next season.
According to Spanish newspaper AS, Barcelona’s Lenglet is being tracked by West Ham and Everton.
While a loan move has been touted, Barcelona would prefer to sell the 26-year-old France international due to exceeding La Liga’s wage limit.
Italian media outlet Calcio Mercato have reported that West Ham have identified Fiorentina’s Milenkovic as a potential signing this summer.
The 23-year-old Serbia international made 37 appearances last season and also showed his attacking threat from set pieces by notching three goals.
However, Rosser believes Moyes may seek cheaper alternatives before the transfer window slams shut next month.
Speaking exclusively to Football FanCast, he said: “They would be fairly expensive signings, which isn’t the market that Moyes has been shopping in at West Ham.”