As The Sun finds out, Enner Valencia is set to leave the Hammers and seal a permanent deal with Porto.
The Ecuadorian striker had a bright start upon his arrival in the Premier League two seasons ago, but after the first couple of games – things never worked out for him.
He struggled to adapt, and his performances have deteriorated over time. Valencia spent the last season out on loan at Everton, but he failed to make an impact on the team.
It seems that West Ham boss Slaven Bilic is ready to cut his losses and offload the attacker for around £6 million. They paid double in the summer of 2014 when Valencia came in from Mexican side Pachuca.
However, the 27-year-old striker is now deemed a flop, and West Ham will listen to offers in an effort to sell the player. Besiktas are also interested in his services, but a proposed transfer to Porto seems to be the most likely of options.