It's 90min's understanding that West Ham have made signing Wilson a priority. It's normal practice for clubs to establish a number of targets ahead of a summer of recruitment, and there is weight to the speculation around
Striking a deal will not be straight forward for Wilson, though. He's wanted by clubs across Europe after his goalscoring exploits last season - that means potential competition for his signing - while Bournemouth are likely to drive a hard bargain anyway. There is little need to sell for the Cherries, who see Wilson as central to their plans and their main goalscorer.
Chelsea were interested in January, but expected at the time to pay as much as £50m to convince Bournemouth to do business. The Blues ended up loaning Gonzalo Higuain instead.
In 30 Premier League games last season, Wilson found the net 14 times for Bournemouth - earning a call-up to Gareth Southgate's England squad for the first time last November, where he scored on his debut in a 3-0 win over United States at Wembley.
The Hammers have been monitoring Wilson for a while, but their interest has ramped up after talismanic figure Arnautovic's bombshell transfer request earlier this week - which is likely to result in a swift departure to the Chinese Super League.
Talks are also ongoing with Maxi Gomez's representatives as West Ham try to muscle in and snatch him from the clutches of Champions League hopefuls Valencia.
The Hammers have sent an agent to Vigo in an attempt to push through a deal, and local reports suggest increased belief that a deal can be agreed. A medical could take place this weekend, indicating Celta's previous reluctance to negotiate with West Ham may now be a thing of the past.
Rondon, meanwhile, is viewed as a cheaper and more viable option following a successful loan spell at Newcastle. The Venezuelan is back at West Brom for the time being, but is very much on West Ham's radar after scoring 11 Premier League goals last season.
Two signings would be preferable, with current Hammers striker Hernandez also a target for Valencia. The Mexican wants to play regular football after spending large chunks of last season propping up the substitutes bench, and has just one year remaining on his contract.