West Ham fans have been making a lot of noise in the Transfer Tavern in the last week or so having seen their side return to form.
Slaven Bilic’s men lost their opening three Premier League matches of the season to increase the pressure on the Croat, yet they hit back in their first game at the London Stadium last week by beating Huddersfield Town 2-0.
And they backed that up with a decent 0-0 draw away at West Brom last weekend, before booking their place in the fourth round of the Carabao Cup on Tuesday night after easing past Bolton Wanderers 3-0, where they will go on to face London rivals Tottenham in the last 16.
That tie is due to be played on week commencing October 23, but it remains to be seen whether midfielder Manuel Lanzini will be available for selection, as recent reports suggest that he could face another month on the sidelines due to an ongoing knee problem.
The 24-year-old has played just 45 minutes of football for the Hammers this term – this all after his best season for the East London outfit in which he scored eight goals and laid on two assists in 35 Premier League appearances, and certainly did his bit to compensate for the departure of Dimitri Payet in January.
However, this latest injury setback has slightly concerned some of our resident West Ham fans, and thus here are THREE reasons why they should consider selling the Argentine in the New Year…
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