London club West Ham United are reportedly planning a move for Manchester United outcast Antonio Valencia in the summer.
The Daily Mail claim that the East Londoners would move for Valencia if Hammers defender Pablo Zabaleta decides to end his football career this summer.
Zabaleta, 34, is yet to decide whether he wants to continue to play with reports claiming that the ex-Argentine international right-back has a coaching offer from Premier League champions Manchester City.
Pablo Zabaleta spent almost a decade as the first choice right-back at Manchester City before leaving the club in 2017.
He signed for West Ham United on a free transfer at the start of last season.
Ecuadorian international Antonio Valencia could replace him at the London Stadium with his Manchester United contract set to run out in few months time.
The 33-year-old is expected to be available for a free transfer in the summer with Manchester United contract extension almost impossible.
Valencia will bring his 10-year spell at Manchester United to a close this summer after struggling for form and fitness for the majority of the season.
The ex-Wigan Athletic star has played just once since Ole Gunnar Solskjaer became the Red Devils manager in December.
He’s the longest-serving player in the current Manchester United first team.