According to a report published by the Daily Mail, West Ham striker Diafra Sakho is in talks to join French club Rennes, potentially on loan.
Sakho arrived at the Hammers from French club Metz in 2014 and went on to score 12 goals from 26 games during his first season at the club under Sam Allardyce.
Since then however, things have gone downhill for the player and he is keen to leave the club this month.
The Senegal international has yet to make a Premier League start for the East London club this season and after having tried to force through a move away from the London Stadium last summer, his wish may finally be granted this time around.
The Daily Mail have now claimed that West Ham and Rennes are in talks over a loan deal for Sakho.
The report added that should the striker go on to score several goals during the second half of the season, the deal will be made permanent for £10 million.