West Ham United have been successful in rebuilding their squad this summer as Manuel Pellegrini looks to bring a new era to those at the London Stadium.
The Chilean has been working hard to land a number of ambitious targets to the Hammers as they look to compete for European football.
The likes of Felipe Anderson, Jack Wilshere and Andriy Yarmolenko have already joined the squad, however, it is thought that Pellegrini is still in the market for a couple more recruits this summer.
And, according to a report, they may have just been handed a boost in trying to land one of their targets as the player’s current side could be willing to sell him, in order to fund their own transfer business.
The Daily Mirror are stating that Harry Arter could be about to leave Bournemouth this summer after it was revealed the Cherries would be prepared to listen to offers. The report also credits West Ham as a club that is interested in the Republic of Ireland international.
Arter could be a smart signing for the Hammers to make, however, his unhappiness at not featuring for the Cherries since January could rear it’s head at the London Stadium as well.
With a midfield that already boasts the likes of Anderson and Wilshere, as well as Mark Noble, the Bournemouth player could find it difficult to break into the first-team there as well.
The Ireland international would definitely be a useful signing for Pellegrini’s side with the amount of experience he has, however, he could be limited to a bench role with the Irons – something that he is no longer prepared to do at the Vitality Stadium.
West Ham fans – thoughts?