West Ham David Moyes will need to work with zero transfer budget this summer knowing he will have to sell to buy to bring in new faces.
Sources close to the club have confirmed that there are no funds available due to the Hammers huge loss of income from season tickets, corporate hospitality and match income.
Limited stadium capacities will also have a dramatic financial impact on next season even if some supporters return.
Losses for this season are expected to be huge as a combination of the spending under the previous manager and director of football combined with the impact of the global pandemic.
Moyes has been authorised to sell luxury and fringe players within the current squad to fund new arrivals of a few new faces and the board are said to have high hopes for David Moyes next season.
The manager took time to find his best starting XI and put his stamp on the team, but his best is still to come.