West Ham United are currently in discussions to sign three players as the east Londoners aim to give their full backing to manager David Moyes, according to journalist Jacque Talbot.
The Lowdown: Hammers gear up…
So far, the Hammers have signed Nayef Aguerd, Flynn Downes and Alphonse Areola on a permanent deal and there’s currently no signs of slowing down.
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West Ham seem eager to strengthen this summer and avoid a repeat of last season, where they narrowly missed out on Europa League football for 2022/2023 on the final match-day.
Moyes may even be aiming to contend for a top-four finish and gift Irons supporters the chance of watching their side compete in the Champions League.
The Latest: Talbot makes triple transfer claim…
According to reporter Talbot, it appears West Ham are in simultaneous talks to sign three players for Moyes.
Indeed, taking to Twitter, the journalist explains that Scamacca, Broja and Onana are all under discussion.
“Told Chelsea Armando Broja is flying back to England for further talks with West Ham about a potential transfer but nothing agreed yet. Deal is at a more advanced stage than Amadou Onana and Gianluca Scamacca but club in discussions with them all.”
The Verdict: Ambitious?
West Ham adopting a scattergun approach to this market could actually be a sign of ambition with club owners GSB and head of recruitment Rob Newman intent on getting deals done.
This may well be a positive for supporters who want to see Moyes’ side maintain their place among the Premier League‘s elite, but with just over a month to go until the window shuts, they need to start finalising these moves or they risk being left in a similar situation to January, when time ran out on moves for the likes of Kalvin Phillips and Raphinha.
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