Senegalese striker Diafra Sakho could be one of the casualties of a David Moyes West Ham squad overhaul in January, with a move to Championship side Cardiff an apparent possibility.
Sakho attempted to force a move away from the London club last summer and reportedly even passed a medical with French Ligue 1 side Rennes, before West Ham had agreed to any deal.
He is likely to be subject of transfer speculation once the window opens again in January, with the Daily Mail reporting that Cardiff City are particularly keen on the forward.
The 27-year-old is said to be still keen to find some regular football elsewhere as his minutes have remained limited for the Hammers this season. Sakho has yet to complete 90 minutes in a Premier League game this term.
High-flying Cardiff City are aiming for a return to the Premier League and
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While Sakho could be heading out the door, West Ham have been linked to some attacking reinforcements in January. Newcastle's Aleksander Mitrovic and Krasnador's Fyodor Smolov are said to be linked with a move to east London, as Moyes looks to reinvent the squad in his own image.