Speaking to the press, via Claret & Hugh, West Ham United manager David Moyes has dropped a big transfer hint for this summer, confirming that he is planning for next season and would like to add to the squad.
Moyes, who has overseen an impressive campaign for the Hammers so far, could guide his team to an unprecedented Champions League qualifying place provided they finish the season as strongly as possible.
David Moyes drops big West Ham transfer hint
Chelsea’s shock 5-2 loss to West Bromwich Albion at home on Saturday has blown the door wide open for West Ham to potentially sneak into a top four position.
If they manage what was the unthinkable at the beginning of 2020/21, West Ham may have to strengthen in the summer market, with Moyes dropping a hint that the club will be active this summer.
“The truth is, yes I’m planning for next season,” explained Moyes to reporters.
“I’m focusing on trying to prepare for pre-season and getting things in order as much as we can.
“We would like to add to the squad. We are looking at what we have to identify and what we can get in. I hope it gives us the same level of talent that we’ve been able to bring in previously.”
Transfer Tavern take
This admission could come as a relief for a section of supporters, especially after GSB’s failure to bring in a striker over the January window.
Moyes’ intention to bolster his West Ham squad is evident judging by his latest message, and as per recent reports, a striker and permanent deal for Jesse Lingard are allegedly being prioritised.
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