WEST HAM are reportedly weighing up a summer move for Chelsea flop Danny Drinkwater.
The 28-year-old midfielder is believed to be frustrated over a lack of game time at Stamford Bridge after joining from Leicester for £35million last season.
It emerged recently that the England international could seek a move away from the Blues after failing to nail down a starting spot under Antonio Conte.
And according to Twitter user @ExWHUemployee, David Moyes’ side are interested in luring the former Foxes ace over to the London Stadium.
They report that Drinkwater could be a realistic signing should West Ham nab Leicester’s head of recruitment Eduardo Macia.
The Hammers are understood to be keen on making Macia their director of football as they plan a major overhaul of the club.
Drinkwater has been a peripheral figure during his maiden season in West London, featuring in just 12 Premier League games.
The ex-Watford ace has been limited to just five starts in the top-flight this campaign under Conte, where he has netted on just the one occasion.
While Drinkwater has failed to feature in his side’s last five games since playing in the 1-0 defeat against Manchester City.
Chelsea are already eyeing up his replacement, with Nice central midfielder Jean Michael Seri a potential recruit.