According to a report from Football.London, David Moyes has been left exasperated behind the scenes at West Ham’s lack of transfer activity. The Scot is also allegedly frustrated at having missed out on some of his prime transfer targets.
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The Hammers have real problems at the moment.
Every single club in and around us in the table have strengthened their ranks immeasurably already this summer.
Meanwhile, we continue to sit and wait.
It isn’t through a lack of trying, however, according to Football.London.
Moyes has apparently been working tirelessly to secure some key signings for West Ham. But as things stand, he has been left disappointed.
We have already missed out on the likes of Matty Cash, Antonee Robinson and Ollie Watkins.
Moyes’s men lost their first Premier League game of the season at home to Newcastle 2-0. And things are looking bleak in general.
There are around 18 days remaining before the transfer window slams shut, however. So there is still hope.
And it would be foolish to judge Moyes on his ability to attract players to the London Stadium before then.
Star youngster Grady Diangana has already been sold to a direct Premier League rival. So Moyes could really do with some top class additions in order to lift him, his players and the West Ham fans.
Let’s just hope that Moyes can get the job done and strengthen in areas where we are desperately short before next month’s deadline. It night just be a long and arduous campaign ahead if he doesn’t.