West Ham have already been busy during this summer’s transfer window.

Manuel Pellegrini has brought in Sebastien Haller from Eintracht Frankfurt for £45 million and Pablo Fornals from Villarreal for £24 million.

He has also brought in two back-up goalkeepers in the form of David Martin and Roberto.

It could be argued that the Hammers need one or two more new signings, however, if they are to push for a top seven spot this season.

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West Ham manager Manuel Pellegrini (Photo by Rob Newell – CameraSport via Getty Images)

West Ham could do with another striker to compete with Haller and Javier Hernandez. Whilst another central midfielder could be needed following Pedro Obiang’s exit from the London Stadium.

There might just be some outgoings too, as Pellegrini looks to raise funds to bring in further new signings.

Quite who the Chilean will bring in and let go, however, remains to be seen.

Well-informed West Ham insider ExWHUemployee claimed via Twitter that there will still be some movement at the London Stadium this summer:

West Ham fans will be expecting their side to push for a Europa League place this season.

And if Pellegrini brings in two more top class players, the Hammers will have every chance of doing just that.

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