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West Ham United have finally kicked off their summer transfer activity with the confirmed signing of young Brazilian winger Luis Guilherme. This comes after a period of setbacks where deals for other targets fell through.

While Guilherme is the first official arrival, West Ham are far from finished in the transfer window. Numerous reports link them to several new players, including a surprise name from Chelsea.

Matias Soule (Juventus): West Ham have reportedly contacted Juventus to inquire about 21-year-old Argentine attacker Matias Soule. Juventus have slapped a hefty £33.7 million price tag on the promising youngster.

Vitao (Internacional): West Ham’s initial £6.7 million offer for Brazilian centre-back Vitao was rejected by Internacional. The Hammers might return with a higher bid, but they face competition from Nottingham Forest.

Raheem Sterling (Chelsea): In a surprising turn of events, Raheem Sterling has emerged as a potential target for West Ham. The 29-year-old winger might be deemed surplus to requirements at Chelsea and could be tempted by a move across London to the London Stadium. While his transfer fee wouldn’t be cheap, his arrival would be a significant statement of intent for the Hammers.

Tammy Abraham (Roma): West Ham join Tottenham and Aston Villa in the race to sign Roma striker Tammy Abraham, who could be available for £20 million.

Jayden Oosterwolde (Fenerbahce): The Hammers have reportedly expressed interest in 23-year-old Dutch defender Jayden Oosterwolde, potentially as their second summer signing.

The signing of Guilherme marks the beginning of a busy transfer window for West Ham under new manager Julen Lopetegui. With links to established forwards like Sterling and Abraham, as well as promising youngsters like Soule and Oosterwolde, the Hammers are clearly looking to make a significant impact on the squad. Whether these rumours translate into confirmed signings remains to be seen, but West Ham fans can expect a flurry of transfer activity in the coming weeks

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  • Elaine says:

    Why don’t they look at the young British players in their academy. What is the point of having a good academy then selling the players on to other clubs.

  • IronItOut says:

    Wow, Simon well done! You finally managed to get the day correct when the window opens! Such lazy, inaccurate copy and paste journalism….if you can even call it journalism. That would imply that you had done some research and written an original article! Same old copy and paste click bait!

  • Jeeps says:

    C/b positions are going to be vital to creating solid defence, something which has been missing.
    Bringing in new young bucks (or academy players) will give an exciting and pleasing dimension.
    Max Kilman, even at £40m, brings wealth of knowledge and relatively injury free history (as Rice).
    JLo will have confidence as they have already worked together (maybe club captain).
    Additionally carries ‘home grown’ status.

  • Ronald says:

    Sterling is ****e passed it werent that good in his prime

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