Daniel Kretinsky is set to fly in next month for crunch transfer talks with the West Ham board and David Moyes according to insiders Claret and Hugh.
Moyes is expected to be a busy man in the January transfer window with two or three signings an absolute must if we are to challenge on all fronts this season.
West Ham absolutely must sign a new striker and a left-back at a bare minimum.
The addition of a left-sided centre-back would not go a miss either after Angelo Ogbonna’s recent injury.
And with Kretinsky now on the board after his recent investment, there is no reason why Moyes shouldn’t be able to strengthen his squad accordingly in January.
Daniel Kretinsky transfer talks on the agenda according to West Ham insider
Claret and Hugh reckon that the Czech billionaire is set to fly in to England in December in order to hold crunch talks with Moyes, David Sullivan, David Gold, Karren Brady and new Head of Recruitment Rob Newman.
The addition of a top-class centre-forward will undoubtedly be at the forefront of everyone’s minds.
Let’s hope that all parties involved are on the same page and decisions are made in unison.
Hopefully the opinions of Moyes and Newman are the ones held in the highest esteem.
GSB have notoriously let us down with transfer dealings in the past.
The general consensus now though is that Kretinsky’s arrival combined with Moyes and Newman working together puts us in a far stronger position to attack the transfer market.
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It will be crucial for Moyes to get his signings right in January and next summer. And hopefully Kretinsky’s presence on the board will help him do just that.