The West Ham United owners’ feelings on David Moyes have been made very clear, after a high-level insider dropped a big January transfer window claim.
Claret and Hugh claim that if the Hammers boss does strengthen his ranks in the January transfer window, it will only be with loans.
There has apparently been no indication that the West Ham owners are prepared to provide more funds for the Scot, after his £170 million summer spend.
The Hammers have made a woeful start to the 2022/23 Premier League campaign.
We are currently sitting in 16th spot in the table, just two points clear of the relegation zone.
It seems as though he has not yet earned the board’s unconditional trust…
David Moyes given clear message ahead of January transfer window
According to club insiders Claret and Hugh, Moyes will only be able to make loan signings this winter.
That’s really bad news in my opinion, especially considering the news that Kurt Zouma has just undergone knee surgery.
In fairness though, I don’t blame the board one little bit.
Moyes was backed to the hilt in the summer transfer window. And as things stand, he’s quite simply not getting the best out of his players.
The next four or five games after the World Cup break will be crucial for Moyes.
The Hammers need some positive results, and fast.
However, it seems as though David Moyes will have to do that without the financial backing of the owners in the January transfer window.