The summer transfer window is not only a reminder that clubs need to bring in new players to link up with the squads, but it is also a reminder that clubs have to try really hard to hold on to their star players if they want to stand any chance of having a progressive next season than the previous one. Such is the case of West Ham United, who, despite having the interest to sign players, need to try and hold on to their current stars.
The Hammers are currently in the running to secure European football this season and are very much close to 4th place in the Premier League table at the moment, and if they eventually achieve that feat, they would need to get busy in the summer transfer window. Continue reading “WEST HAM COULD LOSE STAR PLAYER THIS SUMMER”
West Ham United have finally listened to the plea of their fans after finally engaging themselves in a transfer activity this January. The London club have swiftly completed the loan signing of Manchester United and English winger Jesse Lingard who will remain at West Ham until at least the end of the season.
Lingard was already finding game time difficult to come by at United and slid further down the pecking order at the club after the arrival of Ahmad Diallo from Italian Serie A club Atalanta. The move will come as a pleasing addition to West Ham, with the club’s manager David Moyes confirming that he had been tracking the midfielder for quite some time now and expressed his delight that the club have finally gotten the deal over the line. Continue reading “West Ham Complete Loan Deal For Manchester United Star”