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West Ham are willing to offload captain Kevin Nolan as Slaven Bilic looks to overhaul the squad this summer, sources have told ESPN FC.

Former West Ham boss Sam Allardyce signed Nolan shortly after his arrival at Upton Park in 2011 but, following his departure, the club are ready to listen to offers for the 33-year-old.

ESPN FC has been told that a number of clubs, including Nolan's former side Bolton Wanderers, are monitoring the midfielder's position.

Kevin Nolan made 10 of his 29 Premier League appearances from the bench last season, and scored one goal.

Bilic, who has been charged with securing a top-eight finish this season, has already brought in midfield duo Dimitri Payet and Pedro Obiang this summer.

Their arrivals will push Nolan, who found his first-team chances limited in the second half of last season, further down the pecking order.

West Ham have also announced the appointment of Julian Dicks as coaching assistant this week, while Aaron Cresswell has signed a new long-term contract.

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