Cheikhou Kouyate’s four-year spell with West Ham could be coming to an end, with Crystal Palace reportedly in talks with the Hammers over a £10m move for the midfielder.

The Irons are apparently willing to listen to offers for the Senegal international, who represented his country at the World Cup earlier this summer.

Kouyate, who has three-years remaining on his existing contract at the London Stadium, has been a regular for the Hammers since arriving from Anderlecht in 2014, scoring 15 goals in 147 appearances.

The 28-year-old was a virtual ever present for the Irons last season as well, making 37 appearances in all competitions, helping the club secure a 13th place finish in the Premier League.

But with the arrival of Jack Wilshere this summer, Kouyate’s place at West Ham is under threat and the box-to-box midfielder could be sold as the Hammers try to raise funds for further investment in the squad.

Palace, managed by Roy Hodgson, are not the only team who are reportedly interested in Kouyate, with Porto also thought to be eyeing up a move for the former Anderlecht man.

The Senegal international may not be the only midfielder to depart the London Stadium in the coming weeks either, with the Irons in advanced talks with Sampdoria over Pedro Obiang, according to reports.

Kouyate could soon be joined by Michail Antonio if he decides to move to Crystal Palace, with the winger being linked with a moved to Selhurst Park in recent weeks. West Ham are thought to be willing to consider offers of around £15m for the former Nottingham Forest winger as well.