Last Updated: Mon, 22 Jul 2013 13:39
West Ham are planning a swoop for Wigan playmaker Shaun Maloney, while QPR's Loic Remy and Spurs' Scott Parker remain targets.
Wigan's Scotland international Maloney is keen to stay in the Premier League following his side's relegation last term and has been linked with a move to the Hammers in order to achieve that objective.
Several other top-flight clubs are also keen on the former Aston Villa and Celtic man, including Everton who are now managed by old Wigan boss Roberto Martinez. That could mean the Blues are favourites to land him but Hammers boss Sam Allardyce remains interested amid talk of a bid in the region of £5million.
QPR's former Marseille marksman Remy is also an option as he is tipped to leave Loftus Road, while the Hammers are also being linked with Benfica forward Nelson Oliviera, who is also wanted by Stoke and Cardiff.
Parker, meanwhile, could be heading back to his old club after co-chairman David Sullivan said on Twitter over the weekend that he would like to re-sign the midfielder.
Spurs are thought to be open to the idea of letting the England international, 32, leave White Hart Lane but would want at least £4.5million for him.
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