Ousmane Dembele is being monitored by three Premier League clubs ahead of the January transfer window.
The striker signed for Paris Saint-Germain in the summer for £50 million but has failed to record a goal despite playing in all five of the Ligue 1 champions’ games since his arrival.
Some PSG fans have called for Dembélé to be removed following his slow start.
As a result, many Premier League teams are considering a possible loan move for the 26-year-old, according to The Mirror.
Although West Ham have had a good start to the season and their attacking threat is much boosted by the summer signing of James Ward-Prowse, the Hammers are one of the clubs interested in Dembele.
North London rivals Arsenal and Tottenham are also both keen on the France international.
The Gunners have recruited well this summer but have failed to strengthen their attacking options and would benefit from cover for Bukayo Saka.
Tottenham did not replace the club’s all-time top scorer, Harry Kane, who left for Bayern Munich in the summer, choosing instead to sign winger Brennan Johnson.
But despite interest from the English elite and Dembélé who is yet to leave, PSG manager Luis Enrique is convinced his striker can return to form.
“If I were a supporter of a team, I would pay to see Ousmane Dembélé,” Enrique said before PSG’s match against Marseille. “He’s a totally different player. He’s unpredictable, overflows and does magic.
“It’s true that he may have missed things and didn’t score his first goal, but the day that happens, I’m sure he will score a lot later. This happens to all attackers.
“It’s wonderful for a coach to have a player of this quality and level at his disposal.”
Dembele scored 40 goals and registered 43 assists in 185 appearances for Barcelona before his move to Paris this summer.
He has also won 39 caps for France since 2016, including four during this period.
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