West Ham could have a scary front four next season, if David Moyes manages to bring some of his key targets to the London Stadium.
The Hammers boss will have to sell before he can buy. So moving on the likes of Felipe Anderson, Manuel Lanzini, Albian Ajeti and Andriy Yarmolenko will be crucial to the Scot’s plans.
And if Moyes does clear out the deadwood, he will be able to move for three of his key targets – Brentford duo Said Benrahma and Ollie Watkins and Queens Park Rangers ace Eberechi Eze.
ExWHUemployee has recently claimed that West Ham want to sign the Algeria international and his English teammate as well as the QPR starlet this summer.
And the thought of those three players lining up alongside Jarrod Bowen is a really exciting one.
Bowen would operate on the right hand flank, with Benrahma on the other side. And Watkins would be deployed up front, with Eze slotted in just behind him in the number 10 role.
Even more exciting is the fact that Moyes will have Michail Antonio, Sebastien Haller and Grady Diangana to call upon as well if needed.
Trio lit up the Championship
Benrahma, Watkins and Eze were arguably the Championship’s three standout players this season.
Between them, they racked up an incredible 56 goals and 20 assists in 135 combined league appearances.
With limited funds available at the London Stadium, signing all three does seem to be rather unrealistic. But that will be far from the case, if Moyes can garner upwards of £50 million in player sales.
West Ham have every chance of bringing Watkins, Benrahma and Eze to east London. And of they do, the Hammers will have a scary front four next season.