According to a report from the Express, West Ham boss David Moyes is prioritising three new signings this summer – Bournemouth striker Callum Wilson, Queens Park Rangers ace Eberechi Eze and Wolves midfielder Morgan Gibbs-White.
It has been widely reported that the Hammers manager must sell before he brings anyone to the London Stadium this summer.
The likes of Felipe Anderson, Manuel Lanzini, Andriy Yarmolenko and Jack Wilshere are all up for sale (ExWHUemployee).
And now the Express has claimed that West Ham are prepared to listen to offers for £45 million signing Sebastien Haller as well. The Frenchman has failed to deliver this season. Moving him on would be a ruthless decision, however.
And if Moyes generates enough funds, he is prioritising moves for Bournemouth’s Callum Wilson, QPR’s Eberechi Eze and Wolves’ Morgan Gibbs-White, according to the Express.
Change in transfer strategy
Eze and Gibbs-White would be superb additions for the Hammers. Signing Wilson would be a huge risk, however, what with his suspect injury record.
Also it must be noted that Moyes should surely be looking to sign a new left-back and right-back this summer.
If the Scot fails to strengthen either of those positions heading into the new season, West Ham could be in real trouble.
Whatever happens though, the West Ham boss must get rid of the deadwood before he can even contemplate bringing anyone in.
There are so many high profile, big money players who have failed to deliver for the Hammers. It’s time to change all of that. And replacing the likes of Anderson, Lanzini and Wilshere with Eze and Gibbs-White would be a great place to start.