Reliable West Ham United insider ExWHUemployee has delivered an exciting transfer update for fans.
The doom and gloom surrounding West Ham evaporated last night thanks to an emphatic 4-0 win over Wolves.
That made it nine goals in two games from the Hammers after 5-1 midweek victory over Hull in the Carabao Cup.
Co-owner David Sullivan and vice-chairman Karren Brady seem to be doing their best to worsen the board’s relationship with supporters through interviews and columns.
Happy Hammers lift the gloom with brilliant win over Wolves
But on the pitch the truth is that bar the opening day defeat to Newcastle, West Ham have played well so far this season.
Much of the doom and gloom emanates from the fact West Ham are the only Premier League club not to have made a new signing this summer.
And given the Hammers only just scraped survival last season, many believe that could see them relegated this time around.
David Moyes has seen several reported targets move elsewhere this window.
And young star Grady Diangana was reportedly sold against his wishes (Daily Mail).
Insider ExWHUemployee delivers exciting transfer update
In the wake of last night’s victory, there was more good news from anonymous Twitter and podcast personality ExWHUemployee.
Ex has delivered a promising transfer update and said there were offers in for a number of players.
He confirmed one of those is Juventus defender Daniele Rugani.
But there was also a word of warning over Declan Rice.
‘Offers in for a number of players’
“I think this week things may happen,” ExWHUemployee said on Twitter.
“There are offers in for a number of players including Rugani of Juve and other players and I expect Chelsea will make a move for Rice this week (not that this is a good thing).”
I think this week things may happen. There are offers in for a number of players including Rugani of Juve and other players and I expect Chelsea will make a move for Rice this week (not that this is a good thing). https://t.co/00iJ8km8xk
— ExWHUemployee (@ExWHUemployee) September 28, 2020
West Ham have until next Monday, October 5th, to make signings before the transfer window slams shut.