West Ham United want to sign former Everton forward Henry Onyekuru on loan with an option to buy according to a report from Sabah. And some Hammers fans have reacted angrily on Twitter to the speculation.
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David Moyes cannot allow this window to pass by without bringing a new striker into the club.
He is obviously working with one hand tied behind his back due to the lack of support he has received from David Sullivan and David Gold.
The Scot must do everything he can to persuade the West Ham owners to part with some cash, however.
If the Hammers do sign a top class forward, a top six finish could be well within our reach this season.
Turkish media outlet Sabah reckons that AS Monaco attacker Henry Onyekuru could be the man for the job.
The Ligue 1 outfit are allegedly prepared to let the 23-year-old join West Ham on loan for £1.3 million – a deal that would include a £4.9 million purchase option in the summer.
Let’s be honest here through. Onyekuru is a long way off being top class. The 23-year-old has just 57 goals in 152 career games to his name (Transfermarkt).
The Nigerian certainly shouldn’t be the Hammers’ top transfer target, however.