West Ham United and Burnley are reportedly both interested in signing Amiens forward Moussa Konate, who is currently representing Senegal at the World Cup.
Amiens forward Moussa Konate has reportedly emerged as a potential transfer target for both West Ham United and Burnley.
Konate has just enjoyed a successful campaign in Ligue 1, with 13 goals and one assist coming from 33 appearances in France's top flight.
The 25-year-old is currently representing Senegal at the World Cup, and according to France Football, both the Hammers and Clarets are considering an approach for the player after the tournament.
West Ham are currently assessing their attacking options, with Javier Hernandez's future currently in doubt and Jordan Hugill unproven at Premier League level.
Burnley are looking to strengthen after earning a spot in the qualifying rounds of the Europa League, and Konate would offer another option alongside Chris Wood and Sam Vokes.
Konate still has three years remaining on his contract at Amiens.
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