Hull City have accepted an improved bid from West Ham for Robert Snodgrass, according to Sky.
Burnley have also reportedly had an offer accepted for the Scotland international, who is expected to leave Hull ahead of next week’s transfer deadline.
The Hammers previously had a bid for Snodgrass rejected by the Tigers but maintained their interest in the 29-year-old and appear to have taken a big step towards signing him.
Meanwhile, West Ham’s highly-rated teenage defender Reece Oxford is a target for Glasgow Rangers, according to the Daily Mirror.
The Scottish giants, managed by ex-Brentford boss Mark Warburton, are said to be have approached the Hammers about a loan deal for the 18-year-old.
The Edmonton-born centre-back, who was briefly on Tottenham’s books when he was 12, has so far made 14 first-team appearances for West Ham.
West Ham and Crystal Palace have both been linked with a move for Ludogorets forward Jonathan Cafu.
The Sport Witness website claims the two clubs have recently held individual meetings to register their interest in the Brazilian.
Stoke City and Leicester City are also reportedly interested in the former Sao Paulo man, who has played for the Bulgarian club in the Champions League this season.