ExWHUemployee named Ivan Toney, Adam Armstrong, Tammy Abraham and Youssef En-Nesyri as West Ham United’s four top priority transfer targets this summer, when delivering his weekly transfer update.
Hammers boss David Moyes sold Sebastien Haller to Ajax in January for around £20 million.
Incredibly, the Scot didn’t replace the Ivory Coast international.
Whether that was his decision or the board’s is up for debate.
Either way, it was a crazy choice to make.
What’s done is done. however. And West Ham absolutely must address their centre-forward deficiencies in the summer.
The Hammers have already been linked with numerous strikers.
ExWHUemployee names four-man striker shortlist for West Ham this summer
David Moyes will already be drawing up a list of targets.
ExWHUemployee named four forwards who are on the Hammers’ short-list ahead of the summer transfer window, when delivering his weekly transfer update:
“We will definitely try to sign a forward in summer. Toney of Brentford, En-Nesyri of Sevilla, Armstrong at Blackburn and Abraham at Chelsea. They’re all potential signings. It’s all still dependent of a few factors right now.”
Any of the four names mentioned would be welcome additions for the Hammers.
Chelsea ace Abraham, Sevilla hitman En-Nesyri, Blackburn striker Armstrong and Brentford centre-forward Toney all have attributes that obviously appeal to David Moyes.
And if West Ham manage to sign two of those strikers this summer, we could be in for a very successful campaign next season.