West Ham have no intention of selling their top stars this summer despite regular speculation surrounding Declan Rice, Tomas Soucek and Jarrod Bowen.
The Hammers have conducted a serious debt clearing operation since new Czech investor Daniel Kretinsky joined the board as a 27 per cent shareholder.
And they are ready to hold on to them all whilst reinforcing the squad as a result.
Kretinsky made it clear on his arrival there would be no heavy spending in the winter window and that turned out to be the case with not a penny being spent.
Now, however, the club will launch a big bid for reinforcements in the summer with Declan, Tomas and Jarrod very much a part of things.
Despite all the new rumours about Declan, his future has not looked more tied to the Hammers for a long time with Chelsea in disarray and him having little interest in the Manchester United option.
As we reported last night the club will try to hurry along a new four year deal for Tomas ahead of the summer and Jarrod Bowen is a certainty to remain at the club.
A source told us: “They would each cost lots of money and we have no intention of selling them with the club on such an upward spiral at the moment.”