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Plea joins, Anderson finally puts pen to paper: West Ham United’s perfect July

West Ham United fans here in the Tavern are praying for success under Manuel Pellegrini. The South American has already shown his quality in the Premier League but he faces a whole different test at the London Stadium. 

The Hammers will want to forget about last seasons disasters as they often let themselves down and couldn’t keep the ball out of their own net at times.

However, supporters can expect major improvements with former Manchester City manager Manuel Pellegrini in charge, as he sets himself very high standards and looks to bring in real quality.

Indeed, just by looking at the players that have been linked with the Hammers this summer, many of our local residents are already seeing the positive changes that are being made, with July looking like becoming a month to remember.

With that in mind, here’s TWO pieces of business that would put fans in dreamland…

Alassane Plea joins

West Ham United have reportedly bid £27 million for Alassane Plea as they go on in search of a prolific striker.

There’re a number of other clubs chasing the forward, but if the Hammers manage to land him then they’ll be well on their way to securing a possible European place next season.

Many of our local residents believe that July will be an incredible month, with Plea finally curing West Ham United’s goalscoring woes if he makes the move.

Felipe Anderson finally puts pen to paper

The Brazilian has been linked with a move to the London Stadium for some time now and it’s believed that Felipe Anderson is set to submit a transfer request.

Manuel Lanzini could be set to miss the whole of the next campaign, so Pellegrini should definitely look to bring in Anderson to help fill the huge void that the Argentine has left.

Many of our local residents believe that the 25-year-old could even establish himself as one of the best players in the Premier League if he makes the move, so the Hammers may uncover a star in what could be a month to remember.

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