David Moyes and Rob Newman will submit their final list of targets to the West Ham board by next week, according to ExWHUemployee.

The reliable club insider has suggested that the Hammers board are expected to invest in January.

West Ham have done incredibly well so far, and with some new signings, they will be well equipped to challenge for the top four this season.


It is encouraging to hear that the Hammers board are looking to invest in January.

With the new shareholder, Daniel Kretinsky on board, it shows they are backing their manager in the market, and it’s upto Moyes and Newman to bring the right quality of players.

Signing a defender is a priority. The Hammers have been linked with centre-backs like Nathan Ake, Natt Phillips and James Tarkowski so far, while they retain an interest in Sven Botman as well.

Newcastle are likely to provide a strong challenge for the Hammers in the January market, but surely the London outfit can bring in top players, especially with the lure of European football.

At the same time, the club will also look to sign another striker who would add competition for Michail Antonio.

Divock Origi of Liverpool has been targeted, and he would be a fantastic addition to the club.

Jonathan David is another player being linked with a move, but he looks unlikely at the moment.  

(All transfer targets are taken from information supplied by ExWHUemployee )

In other West Ham news, club preparing ‘historic’ contract offer for ‘amazing’ midfielder.

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