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Hammers spend expected to reach £90m

West Ham have committed to spend up to £90m for the first for signings of the summer.

Nayef Aguerd is said to cost £28m in transfer fees in paid in instalments to Rennes with another £3.5m in potential performance-based add-ons with the total fee up to £31.5m

Signing Alphonse Aréola cost the Hammers a £7.5m transfer fee to PSG with a further £3.5m in potential add-ons talking the potential fee to £11m

Flynn Downes is reported to have cost the Irons £9.5m with a potential £2.5m to Swansea over the life of his contract costing up to £12m.

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Gianluca Scamacca will cost  the Hammers £30.5m with another £5m of potential add-ons.

That will bring spending to £90m after just four signings, with hopefully, many more to come in this window.

The Hammers are thought to have £100m-£150m in a transfer kitty plus the offer from Daniel Kretinsky to loan more if needed.

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5 comments on “Hammers spend expected to reach £90m

  1. Hi Mate.
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  2. Let’s hope we can get them done Onana would be huge for us (no pun intended) if they can get Zielinski also and a genuine left back ideally Raum thats probably another £60 – 90m

    When you look at the fixture list this season once you add cup games in we need a lot more depth if we are going to compete, the 5 substitutes per game will definitely be needed to avoid stress related injuries, Rice and Soucek can’t play every minute, perhaps that is why we are also in for Brereton Diaz and Harrier, Kostic etc ?

  3. £90mil.
    Given the meagre spending over the past 2 years, and the retirement of club capt. Noble, £90mil. doesn’t sound much compared to (According to Transfermarkt)
    Arse £120mil. Spuds £92mil. Chelsea £85mil (In 2 players) –
    Others so far: Man U £65mil. – Forest £73mil. – ‘Pool £77mil. -Toon £60mil

    Not even considering ow much those teams have spent in previous seasons?
    Man Citeh have spent £100mil and recouped £144mil.

  4. Don’t forget we kept money in our pocket in January when we was rumoured to have offered 50 mill for Philips and 50 mill for Raphina from Leeds but ended up spending nothing. So if true that’s 100 million carried forward to this window. Not to mention the money we didn’t spend on a striker the window before that.

  5. It would be interesting to know much we are allowed to spend nett this window to stay within FFP rules. This includes wages budget as well. Newcastle have zillions but are limited on spend due to FFP. Man City spend includes income from players leaving.

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