West Ham’s Forgotten Man

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West Ham United faces a critical summer transfer window. With question marks over manager David Moyes’ future and a potential exodus of up to 13 players, the incoming manager will inherit a squad in need of a major overhaul.

However, there’s a potential positive development for West Ham fans. The club has secured a new midfielder, Andy Irving, who will be joining them this summer.

Many fans might have missed the deadline-day signing of the 23-year-old from SK Austria Klagenfurt. West Ham reportedly paid £3 million last year for Irving before immediately loaning him back to Austria.

Irving has been making the most of his loan spell. He recently grabbed a hat-trick in a thrilling 4-3 comeback victory for his team.

According to Austrian publication Kleine Zeitung Kaernten, Irving is set to return to West Ham in the summer, full of confidence after his loan success.

But it is yet to be seen if Irving’s undoubted ability can translate to the hurly burly of the Premier League

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  • Bennyboy baker says:

    One thing for sure is that if moyes is still manager next season Irving won’t even get a look in as regards game time like a lot of upcoming players moyes won’t budge from his favourite players just look at how many talented youngsters that have gone to other clubs and a few more on the verge of wanting to leave all because moyes has no interest in playing them because he is so stuck in his ways it’s his way or the highway

  • Saul says:

    Which youngsters are you thinking of, Bennyboy?

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