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Make your mind up time still hasn’t arrived for Moysie

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West Ham are highly unlikely to have new players into the club once the transfer window opens!

Despite the back line being stripped of key players David Moyes has still not supplied a list of targets to the board at this stage.

Many are hoping that players are lined up and ready to ease our injury problems in defence from the start of next month but with the opening of the window just two days away the list of targets remains unknown.

It’s known that he may be interested in Liverpool’s Nathan Phillips and that Burnley’s James Tarkowski is also a player he likes.

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But as has become the case under Moysie  there’s a tendency for his mind to change as was the case until he finally settled on his Number One target in the summer – Kurt Zouma.

The board is ready to spend money in this window and defence will be the key area but as yet there is no certainty as to whether one or two players arrive at the back.

There are also obvious hopes that we will pick up a striker but also fears that unless the manager quickly makes up his mind who he wants the club could be left behind on targets.

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8 comments on “Make your mind up time still hasn’t arrived for Moysie

  1. This seems strange. We have a recruitment team headed by ex Man City man Rob Newman who I presume will have been working since October on likely targets in conjunction with David Moyes. If I was in their position no public statements of intent until targets secured given we are just one of many clubs needing strengthening in a very limited market.

  2. i dont understand this at all. We’ve put together a recruitment team, and im sure targets are already being discussed chaps.

  3. The silence coming out of the club on transfers is fantastic. Hope they continue to keep shtum on it, just as they did with the likes of coufal and Souchek who nobody saw coming.

  4. In Moyes we trust, although a centre back and a striker would be nice!

  5. It depends on who is really available. Can’t see the point in buying a player for £40m.
    The best players will be waiting for the summer and who really wants to get rid of their best players half way through the season.
    Who’s your source for this anyway ?
    Hope it’s not Sullivan as he no one I would trust.

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