Both Fulham and West Ham have become embroiled in this season's relegation scrap, with both London clubs woefully under-achieving in the first half of the season.
Rene Muelensteen and Sam Allardyce will naturally be looking for January reinforcements to keep them in the money bonanza of the Premier League and Ishak Belfodil, a towering striker who has struggled to nail down a regular spot at Inter Milan, could be a useful option for both clubs according to talkSPORT.
At 6'3' and renowned for his powerful heading ability, it's easy to see how Belfodil could be a brilliant fit for Allardyce's direct style in particular.
The Algerian international is desperate to nail down a spot in his country's World Cup squad and several clubs are interested, with Real Betis keen as well as Torino and Sassuolo tempted to snap up the 21 year old on a short term loan.
Fulham and West Ham will have to act fast if they want to see the young forward in action for them in the future.
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