Sketchy but I would check two things:
1. Jack the car up and place it on an axle stand, leave in neutral and put the steering on full lock towards the issue and wheel area you can here the noise. Now turn your road wheel by hand. If you are getting a rumbling/ grinding on full lock then its possibly the outer CV joint to that wheel... Check the condition of the CV boot, any splits?
If so then the grease has dried out and that is what is causing the noise... You may be luck with a new CV boot and repacking with the correct grease if that's the case but invariably, the damge by that time to the joint is already done.
2. Same wheel, this time back on the road surface and pointing straight. Grab the top of the tyre and pull and push firmly.... Any knocking or play as if the wheel bolts seem loose towards the top of the wheel?
If so, then do the same process again this time one handed while your other hand is on the ball joint connected to the upper wishbone to the suspension leg (just behind the top of the tyre).... You should be able to feel a lot of play and clicking if it is defective.
Its time for a new upper wishbone if thats the case but replace in pairs as the opposite side won't last long afterwards
Both items give similar noises on the road but the nise changes dramatically when straight or on full lock
Hope this helps mate, let us know what you find