West Ham are keen to move three players on during the January transfer window according to The Daily Mail.
Hammers boss David Moyes desperately needs to bolster his ranks at the London Stadium this month.
We are currently flying high in fifth spot in the Premier League table.
If West Ham are to push on for a place inside the Champions League spots though, Moyes must bring in at least two or three top-class signings before the January window slams shut.
That doesn’t mean that the Scot shouldn’t be looking to move a few players on as well though.
West Ham want to sell three players in January window
The Daily Mail reckon that Hammers boss Moyes is ready to get rid of some of the deadwood at the London Stadium this month.
West Ham trio Ryan Fredericks, Darren Randolph and Andriy Yarmolenko are all on the chopping block according to the Daily Mail.
Fredericks, 29, is out of contract in the summer whilst the Irishman and the Ukrainian still have 18 months left to run on their deals at West Ham.
If there is any way whatsoever of getting fees for those three players, moving them on this month will be an absolute no-brainer for Moyes.
Fredericks and Yarmolenko quite simply haven’t lived up to expectations since moving to the London Stadium. Randolph, meanwhile, has barely contributed over the past couple of years.
The 34-year-old has made just 10 appearances for the Hammers since January 2020 with only five of those coming in the Premier League.
Moyes has plenty of cover in the goalkeeping department as he does at right-back. Perhaps he needs to sign a right winger before moving Yarmolenko on but if all three players mentioned above were to leave West Ham this month, there wouldn’t be any complaints from the fans.
It’s time to get rid of the average, overpaid players who haven’t really contributed to the Hammers’ recent rebirth.
And Fredericks, Yarmo and Randolph certainly fit into that particular category.