An encouraging West Ham transfer update has emerged ahead of the January transfer window this week …
What is the word?
The Irons have money to spend following the recent multi-million pound investment from Sparta Prague co-owner Daniel Kretinsky, who bought a 27% stake in the club, and they should act quickly in the market, according to the Irons. never- employed Reliable ExWHU.
“There are a lot of forward options that we could try to narrow down in January. We will have money to spend, ”he revealed to“ The West Ham Way ”podcast.
“I think they’ll spend it pretty quickly, but [I’m unsure] if it will be on them [a new striker] Where [on Jesse] Lingard.
What does West Ham need most in January?
Counter the trend
In the past, the Hammers have been woefully slow to go about their business, as seen as recently as the Summer Window, where the bulk of David Moyes’ additions have been made with less than two weeks to go.
Alphonse Areola was loaned out by Paris Saint-Germain fairly early on, but Kurt Zouma, Alex Kral and Nikola Vlasic were all running out of time.
It is certainly an encouraging prospect to hear from one of the most trusted ones out there when it comes to everything London Stadium is concerned that they will be looking to get their business done quickly which means the club and the manager know what to expect.
Not only will they have other Europa League games to face, having qualified for the knockout stages, but they will also have the FA Cup kicking off and for much of January they will be without Said’s services. Benrahma, who is at the Africa Cup of Nations.
There’s also the recent injury blow to Angelo Ogbonna, which means it might be necessary to have another central defensive signing as well.
Not to mention the fact that they still haven’t replaced Sebastien Haller in advance, leaving an injury-prone 31-year-old Michail Antonio as the only senior center-forward available to Moyes.
West Ham, who currently sit in fourth place, has every chance of qualifying for Europe again this season and maybe even doing better in making the Champions League, so reinforcements this winter could be the key to such chances.
Therefore, Irons devotees must be absolutely enthusiastic and delighted with this major development of Ex.
There aren’t many better sources when it comes to behind the scenes at the club and the fact that they will not only have financial firepower but will also act quickly when the window opens is extremely encouraging.
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