West Ham manager David Moyes has insisted that he is aiming to strengthen his ranks even further still before the transfer window slams shut.

David Moyes has already made three new signings in the summer transfer window, with Edson Alvarez, James Ward-Prowse and Konstantinos Mavropanos all arriving at West Ham. Mohammed Kudus appears to be on his way to East London as well.

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The Scot still needs to add one or two more players though, if the Hammers are to challenge for a top seven spot in the Premier League table this season and be competitive in the Europa League.

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The addition of a centre-forward and a left-back would really cap off what has already been an excellent window.

And whilst Moyes didn’t elaborate on what kind of signings he wants, he did make it clear that he intends to do business…

David Moyes drops hugely exciting West Ham double transfer hint

The Scot was speaking to reporters yesterday ahead of our Premier League clash with Brighton this evening.

And Moyes responded when asked whether he plans to make any more new additions this summer, as quoted by WHUFC.com:

David Moyes drops hugely exciting West Ham double transfer hint
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 “I said last week that I do believe by the end of the window we’ll have added a couple of players and I still believe that. But let’s see. Ideally, we would have had it done a bit earlier, but we have to go and try and get one or two more players in if we can.”

I would love it if Moyes was talking about adding two more players AFTER Kudus, but I have to say, I’ll be more than happy if the Scot brings in just one more after the Ghanaian.

I reckon that we need Kudus, a centre-forward and a young, energetic left-back to make this transfer window a 10/10.

I’m not sure Moyes will be able to get all of those deals over the line before deadline day, but once Kudus is done, it will be an 8/10 window regardless.


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