A report claims that Francis Coquelin and Mohamed Elneny are high on West Ham United's list of defensive-midfield options, with three weeks of the window left to run.
Arsenal pair Francis Coquelin and Mohamed Elneny remain transfer targets for Premier League rivals West Ham United, according to a report.
Gunners boss Arsene Wenger has already opened the door for Coquelin to move on this month, sparking interest from Spanish side Valencia.
West Ham will reportedly have to pay up to £12m to land the Frenchman, which boss David Moyes is said to be willing to hand over as he is desperate for defensive-midfield cover.
Sky Sports News suggests that Elneny is also an option for Moyes, with the Egypt international out of favour at the Emirates Stadium after starting just three Premier League games this campaign.
Stoke City ace Joe Allen is another rumoured candidate to bolster the Hammers' midfield ranks, while Steven N'Zonzi and William Carvalho are long-term targets.
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