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Hammers could be dining at top transfer table

West Ham’s push for European football could lead to one thing: a rather different transfer window!

We all know that this summer is going to be rather different, especially with the havoc the pandemic has wreaked on finances across the Premier League.

There’s unlikely to be much money being splashed about, with most agents claiming that clubs need to sell before they can buy. The only exceptions in the league are likely to be at Manchester City and Chelsea.

But the Hammers will have an advantage over previous windows particularly if Moyesie’s men manage to pull off their Euro miracle!

There is every chance the Irons could still finish in the Champions League but even Europa League football would ensure a carrot to dangle in front of potential signings.

Last season, we were selling a vision of climbing up the table, of just avoiding relegation, of trying to finish in the top half.

Now?

The Hammers can sell an image of a club on the up, a club looking to become the best of the rest, of aiming to be European fixtures.

In terms of transfers and loans, the Hammers will have to work smartly in the summer, but this could be a major boost.

Not only would it ensure there is a bigger pot for Moyes to dip into, it means the Hammers are one of the most attractive options in the league.

Not only are we a club in London, we’re a club aiming for the stars, and hoping they arrive too!

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About Dave Langton

A journalist with 10 years' experience of working on National newspapers, now chief reporter covering the club that I've loved since I was a boy. Upton Park remains the greatest football stadium ever built.

One comment on “Hammers could be dining at top transfer table

  1. We’ve got some stars already in the pipeline in the Academy at no extra cost. The earlier piece on the impact of Brexit on transfers is one we all need to digest. We can hopefully look to add some firepower up front this summer and maybe that needs to come from elsewhere like our Czech connections but add Coventry, Baptiste, Alese to the likes of Johnson and the future’s looking exciting.

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