West Ham United are looking to bolster their attacking options as they have missed Andy Carroll for major parts of the season through injury yet again and are setting their sights on Real Madrid’s Jese Rodriguez, according to Fichajes.net.
The 22-year-old winger has struggled to feature for Los Blancos after returning from injury but that is not surprising given their wealth of attacking options.
Rodriguez is reportedly looking for regular first-team football and would be in a strong position to do so with the Hammers.
Madrid are looking to loan the Spaniard rather than sell and this could make the deal even more achievable, as the club would not have to pay any transfer fee.
Fichajes have reported that Jese will be given the choice of his destination and has to give the go-ahead for any move to go through, with Chelsea and Spurs just two other clubs who have been linked with a move for the exciting youngster.
West Ham have struggled in the Premier League in 2015 after making an impressive start to the campaign and will need reinforcements again this summer.
Would Jese Rodriguez be a good signing for West Ham?