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Hammers wage savings boost for summer window

West Ham will hopefully make up to £400,000 a week available for players wages in the summer transfer window.

With Andre Ayew’s £80k a week off the wage bill and another  £60k weekly from Jose Fonte’s departure, they are also looking forward to losing  another £110k  from Joe Hart’s exit.

That £250k  is a useful sum to negotiate wages for new players but the club will be hoping to see another £50k a week added by the likely departure of James Collins and will be hoping to find a buyer for Andy Carroll who is on around £84,000.

David Moyes is determined to bring in a top class defender, possibly two, and a midfielder as he bids to lift the club to that famous “next level.”

And with wage money available the manager can look forward to a summer window where cash looks likely to be  in the bank to satisfy player demands.

 

 

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2 comments on “Hammers wage savings boost for summer window

  1. Wah wah wah.Sorry but I’ll believe it when I see it.

  2. 250k a week now is one god player and one fairly good one, unless we buy the cream of young talent and improve them like Tottenham and Southampton do it isn’t that much of a difference, also Evra will be on his way at the end of the season I think he is earning slightly more than Fonte was, not to mention Snodgrass we don’t know what is happening with him yet.

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