West Ham United fans in the Football Transfer Tavern are celebrating the arrival of a Premier League Golden Boot winner.
According to the Daily Mail, former West Ham player Teddy Sheringham has agreed to join the club as part of Sam Allardyce’s new attacking revolution.
Unfortunately for the Hammers, the 48-year-old is a little too old to don the claret and blue jersey next season but instead has signed as part of the coaching regime.
West Ham fans will be hoping that the striker, who has won the UEFA Champions League, three Premier League titles and an FA Cup with Manchester United, can teach West Ham’s attack a thing or two about scoring.
The East London outfit have struggled for goals since they were promoted to the Premier League following a play-off final win over Blackpool and have already entered the market for a striker.
Argentine Mauro Zarate became the first new attacking name through the doors at Upton Park penning a three-year-deal and there looks to be more signings on the way.
The same publication claim the Hammers have also agreed to sign Sunderland midfielder Jack Colback (pictured) after reportedly offering the 24-year-old a whopping £50,000-a-week.
West Ham United fans. With Zarate through the door, Sheringham on the coaching staff and Colback to follow, are you happy with the business conducted so far? Let us know your thoughts below.
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