By Amir Mir

West Ham chairman David Gold has confirmed the club are close to agreeing deals for two players.

Winger Gokhan Tore and AC Milan striker Carlos Bacca have been most heavily linked in recent days with a transfer to the Olympic Stadium.

Gold has taken to his personal Twitter to confirm the club are working on a number of key deals.

As reported by Football Insider, the Hammers have agreed a fee of £25.6 million for the services of Bacca who has attracted interest across Europe.

The London club are desperate for a new striker after missing out on Belgian sensation Michy Batshuayi who moved to Chelsea, while Arsenal are in pole position to sign Lyon striker Alexandre Lacazette

The Hammers front line of Andy Carroll, Diafra Sakho and Enner Valencia only managed 18 Premier League goals between them last term despite playing in an attacking side which scored 65 goals.

The Londoners have also been strongly linked to Besiktas wide man Tore, who has completed a medical at the club

These deals are yet to be confirmed with Gold reminding the West Ham supporters that the deals are not done until they are signed off, but it seems Slaven Bilic is close to notable transfer.

Sakho and Valencia are the most likely men to make way as both have publicly aired their desire to leave London in order to get regular football elsewhere.

In other West Ham news, a former Hammers boss rejected by the club has opened talks about taking up the vacant England post after the resignation of Roy Hodgson.