Russian giants Spartak Moscow are the latest club to show interest in West Ham United flop Simone Zaza.
The Italy international joined West Ham on a season-long loan from Juventus in the summer transfer window, with an obligatory purchase clause included to kick in when Zaza plays a set number of games.
Juventus are confident Zaza will complete a permanent move to West Ham, but the Hammers could choose to instantly look to move him on when the January transfer window opens.
Napoli and Valencia have already been linked with coming to Zaza's rescue.
But they have company, according to Italian outlet ITASportPress, as Russian side Spartak Moscow are keen.
Spartak Moscow currently sit top of the Russian Premier League with 40 points from 17 games.
Zaza has yet to score for West Ham, despite having made eleven appearances for the London Stadium outfit.
He will be hoping for a chance to break his duck on Sunday when West Ham take on Liverpool at Anfield.