West Ham United have secured impressive victories against Cardiff City and Huddersfield Town in their last two matches, so they’ll be looking to build on their recent performances tomorrow.
The Hammers are slowly starting to build up ahead of steam under Manuel Pellegrini, which is helping their potential push for a European spot massively. And, it appears as if the London club are already looking at potential summer additions, as according to Sun Sport, West Ham want to sign Antonio Valencia on a free transfer.
Manchester United star Antonio Valencia is wanted by West Ham on a free transfer next summer.
The Ecuador international is out-of-contract at the end of the season, and has struggled to work his way into Jose Mourinho’s plans in recent times.
Interestingly, he is free to talk to clubs around Europe in January, but clubs in Italy and Spain are believed to be interested in signing him.
Pablo Zabaleta’s future continues to be surrounded with doubt, as he could retire at the end of the season.
The Hammers will be desperate to find a replacement for Pablo Zabaleta if he decides to retire.
Having witnessed the Argentine’s incredible rise in form this season, it makes sense for West Ham to look at securing another experienced defender.
Antonio Valencia could still do an incredible job in the Premier League, with a move to the London Stadium providing him with regular minutes.