West Ham have dropped interest in Leicester City Harvey Barnes insisting it is not a position they are desperate for at this time and they have other bigger priorities.
The Hammers previously acknowledged interest but there now seems to be a change of heart and as such they will no longer complete for his signature.
Leicester had previously set a valuation closer to the £60 million mark, but that is now looking an unrealistic target for the Foxes, who have already sold James Maddison for £40m.
Newcastle United seem to be favourites but may need to sell Allan Saint-Maximin before they can buy to balance their FFP books but only value the player round £35m
Aston Villa could be forced to pay in the region of £40 million to sign Leicester City winger and also Spurs have reported interest also,
The Leicester academy graduate scored 13 goals in 34 outings in the Premier League last term.