West Ham United – Moyes reportedly planning four bargain deals.
West Ham United are far from safe from relegation to the Championship, and manager David Moyes hasn’t yet earned a deal for next season, but speculation already surrounds the club’s summer transfer plans. Moyes has brought in three signings since his appointment as West Ham boss, landing Patrice Evra, Joao Mario and Jordan Hugill, and he will now hope to keep the club in the Premier League and earn himself a new contract.
If Moyes does land a new contract, then it seems that the West Ham boss already has some transfer targets lined up to boost his squad ahead of next season, with four names strongly linked. Football.London report that a free transfer move for Fulham right back Ryan Fredericks is wanted when his contract ends this summer, with The Sun reporting that a similar approach could be taken with Saint-Etienne forward Jonathan Bamba.
Add in that The Express claim that Moyes also wants Twente goalkeeper Joel Drommel and Metz playmaker Vincent Thill, and the Scot appears to have four low-cost moves in mind for the summer transfer window. Fredericks and Bamba’s contract status makes them bargains, whilst Drommel and Thill – two talented young players – shouldn’t break the bank either, but their status as young players or competition may mean that West Ham are preparing for some exits.
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