10 8. Gerard Deulofeu, Barcelona. Click the yellow arrow, right, to see the full list of West Ham’s top transfer targets – The Spanish under-21 star has managed just six appearances in three years for Barcelona since he broke through their academy – and after loan spells at Everton and Sevilla he is looking to settle and play first team football by completing a permanent switch away from the Spanish giants. West Ham are among the favourites to complete a deal for the youngster, along with Everton, where he became a cult-hero during his loan spell at Goodison Park. The 21-year-old could be plucked from the Nou Camp for just £4.5m, and Slaven Bilic would hope to settle a deal with the midfielder before the team return to training on Monday, ahead of their European qualifying fixtures. 10 5. Vedran Corluka, Lokomotiv Moscow. Click the yellow arrow, right, to see the full list of West Ham’s top transfer targets – West Ham manager Slaven Bilic worked closely with Corluka during his spell as manager of the Croatian national team – where he was a key player in a side that lost just eight games in six years under Bilic – and the two could reunite at Upton Park as Bilic looks to strengthen his new clubs defensive lines. The 29-year-old spent four years in the Premier League at White Hart Lane before moving to Russian side Lokomotiv – where this season he was voted one of the best players for the Russian Cup-winning side. Before that, he spent a season at Manchester City before being knocked out of their starting 11 when Pablo Zabaleta pulled on a sky blue shirt. 4. Diego Perotti, Genoa. Click the yellow arrow, right, to see the full list of West Ham’s top transfer targets – West Ham recently made a bid for the Serie A star, but the price wasnt right and their 8m offer was rejected. The Hammers have already secured the transfer of Pedro Obiang from Genoas bitter rivals, Sampdoria, but its unlikely Slaven Bilics side will ease off on negotiating a deal for the winger who scored four goals last season and crafted six assists for his current side, Genoa, where hes played since signing from Sevilla last summer for £300,000. 10. Esteban Cambiasso, Leicester City. Click the yellow arrow, right, to see the full list of West Ham’s top transfer targets – The 34-year-old arrived at newly promoted Leicester City as one of the more surprising transfer deals of last summer, and earned the clubs player of the year award, but could be set to move away from the King Power Stadium after just one successful season. Slaven Bilics West Ham have reportedly shown interest in the experienced former Real Madrid man, and European football could be enough to lure him to the Hammers. Its recently been revealed that the Foxes star has ruled out returning to his former club, Independiente, where he started his professional career, which will come as a boost for Bilic. West Ham’s newly appointed manager, Slaven Bilic, is looking to strengthen all aspects of the club;s squad ahead of their European qualifying fixtures and last season at Upton Park.Under Sam Allarydyce’s reign, the Hammers’ consistent mid-table finishes after their spell in the Championship were welcome in some quarters, but the owners want more.A new stadium awaits, European football (potentially) and a new manager has just been appointed to take the club to the next level.If the new gaffer is going to push on, he’ll need to recruit some new talent and here, talkSPORT looks at some of West Ham’s top targets.Click the yellow arrow above, right, to see the full list of West Ham United’s top transfer targets.Who would you like West Ham to sign this summer? Comment below! 10 6. Alex Song, Barcelona. Click the yellow arrow, right, to see the full list of West Ham’s top transfer targets – The Cameroon midfielder spent the duration of last season on loan at West Ham from Barcelona, playing an influential role in their early good form. Co-owner of the Hammers, David Sullivan, has revealed that he wants the midfielder to stay at the club, despite expectation that he would be on the move. If Bilic can convince the star to stay, he will hope he can impress in the same way he did when he first landed at Upton Park – before his fitness levels dropped along with his form. If the Barca star can stay fit and in the side, his involvement could prove pivotal for the East London side. 9. Charlie Austin, QPR. Click the yellow arrow, right, to see the full list of West Ham’s top transfer targets – Austins impressive debut season in the Premier League, netting 18 goals leading the line for QPR, wasnt enough to to save the London club from relegation, but it has turned heads and the 25-year-old could remain a Premier League player. West Ham have reportedly joined the race for the Engish strikers signature, potentially competing with Newcastle for his signature (and Chelsea, if more outlandish reports are to be believed). Austin is keen to be a first-choice striker at his next club could his destination be Upton Park? 2. Dimitri Payet, Marseille. Click the yellow arrow, right, to see the full list of West Ham’s top transfer targets – According to the French newspaper, Le Parisien, Dimitri Payets £62,000 per week wage packet will be cut to £45,000 because his current club, Marseille, failed to land a Champions League place. West Ham have reportedly offered the French international a £60,000 per week deal, paying Marseille a £6m transfer fee. The playmaker may look for a bigger pay packet, but after an impressive season at Marseille – providing 17 assists and scoring seven goals in 36 league appearances – hes been, unquestionably, Ligue 1s most creative in his position, so Bilics West Ham will surely revise their offer if necessary. 10 7. Yohan Cabaye, PSG. Click the yellow arrow, right, to see the full list of West Ham’s top transfer targets – The French international could line-up alongside Mark Noble in the centre of the park for West Ham next season, as he looks to leave Paris St Germain in search of first-team football. The Hammers will be excited by the playmakers comments that suggest he would like to return to England. The 29-year-old is being monitored by West Ham, along with Spurs, Arsenal and Newcastle. 10 10 10 3. Carl Jenkinson, Arsenal. Click the yellow arrow, right, to see the full list of West Ham’s top transfer targets – A £10m price-tag sets the bar for a permanent move to the Hammers, after a season on loan from Arsenal. After heart-to-heart talks with Arsene Wenger, the Arsenal boss is keen to loan their right-back out for another season and Bilics side are desperate for his signature. Hes proved a key player in West Hams starting 11 during last years campaign – whipping in the all important crosses to the East London sides target men. 10 10 10 1. Loic Remy, Chelsea – The 28-year-old has scored seven goals in 21 league appearances since signing for Chelsea last summer, but has reportedly become frustrated at being confined to the bench so often. Remy is valued at £8m, and if the Stamford Bridge benchwarmer is willing to sacrifice major trophies in exchange for more game time then a move to West Ham could well be on the cards as the Hammers newly appointed manager, Slaven Bilic, expressed his interest in the striker the moment he arrived at the club. Remy could offer more depth to the squad than his prospective predecessor in Carlton Cole, in their push to do well in Europe.