West Ham could move for four players in the January transfer window as he looks to bolster his squad and continue the Hammers’ European push, according to a new report from The Daily Mirror.
The newspaper reports that the Hammers are ready to spend in the winter window as they attempt to keep their momentum going.
The Irons remain in the top four ahead of tonight’s clash with Brighton, and face Chelsea in another vital fixture this weekend.
And the Mirror reports that there remains interest in signing Jesse Lingard from Manchester United at the turn of the year; the attacking midfielder has barely been in the United side, although that could change with the appointment of Ralf Rangnick as their interim manager.
There is also the potential of a new swoop for Burnley’s James Tarkowski as the Hammers look to sign cover for the injured Angelo Ogbonna.
Basel’s Arthur Cabral is also reported as a potential option up front, while Moyes is said to have been tracking FC Copenhagen’s Jonas Wind, too.