Hammers keen to bring England star back to Upton Park.
West Ham appear to be preparing to make a move for Tottenham’s Scott Parker according to The Daily Mail.
The defensive midfielder enjoyed a number of successful seasons at the club before making the short journey north to White Hart Lane.
He has since gone on to establish himself as one of the finest English midfielders in the Premier League and has been an integral part of the Tottenham team in recent seasons.
But last year saw Parker suffer with injuries that restricted the number of appearances he could make. The club also see Sandro as the future of the club in that position and he has recently been joined by another central midfielder in the form of Paulinho.
That has prompted Tottenham manager Andre Vilas-Boas to inform Parker that he is free to leave the club.
The news comes as Parker hopes to secure regular first team football as he looks to book his place in the England squad for next summer’s World Cup finals tournament in Brazil.
West Ham could be present a suitable alternative to Parker who remains much loved by the Upton Park faithful.
Asked on twitter if his signing was a possibility, West Ham chairman David Sullivan hinted a deal might be possible if the club could integrate Parker within their wage structure.