Manu Lanzini has been named as the most likely to leave the Hammers this summer .
Bookmakers Ladbrokes have revealed their favourities to be on the way from every Premier League club and the Argentine playmaker is right at the top of the Hammers pile.
There are of course other far more likely departures from the LS but they do not have the same dramatic effect as those named and published in The Mirror.
James Collins, Sam Byram and Jordan Hugill for example are far more likely to be on their way these are not names to create a story!
A Ladbrokes spokes person is quoted as saying: “We expect this to be one of our busiest transfer windows in Premier League history with a whole host of stars set for blockbuster moves.”
Lanzini is priced at a seriously cramped 4/1 ON to go along and this carries the comment: “Lanzini is arguably West Ham’s best player and doesn’t want to be embroiled in another relegation dogfight.
He should play for his country at the World Cup and a few good performances should no doubt see his stock rise.”
Three players named as possible Hammers targets – Stoke’s Jack Butland, Arsenal’s Jack Wilshire and Swansea’s Alfie Mawson are priced at 1/10, 10/11 and 4/5 respectively to be on their way to leave their clubs.
What are the odds, Hugh, on Mr Moyes being tempted away by a club that deserves his particular qualities and competence? Or the odds on the LBGS cartel selling WHUFC and taking their monies from the evisceration of the Boleyn to another much more deserving football club, or bank perhaps?
Just how ruthless Moyes will be is something we cannot second guess about . An awful lot depends on our status and the kind of team we want to build going forward . What we want and what is available effects a lot who we Persue and try to buy and those we sell . Sometimes you have to settle for some tweaking instead of a major change .
This summer is massive for the well-being of West Ham United . Anyway , besides , it is very encouraging to see Moyes out and about having a gander .
What are the odds on this website upping its game and stopping regurgitating inflammatory click-bait nonsense like this?
I am possibly a minority but although I would like Lanzini to become a legend, he is probably ready for a bigger step, if the money was big enough I would be happy for him and us to let him go.