David Moyes plans to kick his summer transfer business into action by signing Chelsea striker and Manchester United attacking midfielder Jesse Lingard as soon as he’s signed a new three-year deal with West Ham according to The Daily Mail.
The Scot has worked wonders at the London Stadium since taking over as West Ham manager for the second time in December 2019.
Moyes led the Hammers to a sixth placed finish in the Premier League table last season.
We now have Europa League football on the horizon. Exciting times to be a West Ham fan eh!
David Moyes planning exciting double swoop for West Ham
The Hammers’ incredible season has enabled us to set our sights high in the transfer market.
And it seems as though the Scot has his eye fixed on two priority signings.
According to The Daily Mail, the West Ham boss wants to bring Tammy Abraham and Jesse Lingard to East London as soon as he signs his new three-year deal.
Tammy and Jesse would both be sensational additions for the Hammers.
The problem for West Ham, however, is that Chelsea and Manchester United could very well demand huge fees for the English duo.
Hopefully we manage to get deals for both players over the line before the start of next season.
It would be no surprise if Chelsea and Manchester United play hard-ball this summer, however. And then it will be clear to see just how serious David Sullivan is regarding his ambition to take West Ham forward.