West Ham boss David Moyes just isn’t keen to spend huge on a striker this summer time and believes Michail Antonio can lead the road within the 2022-23 season, in accordance with club web site Claret & Hugh.
West Ham had been linked with a summer time transfer for Chelsea’s Armando Broja [Daily Mail] however Hammers information web site Claret & Hugh appeared to recommend Moyes just isn’t keen to overpay for the 20-year-old.
Claret & Hugh wrote on Wednesday [1 June]: “Moyes is unwilling to spend huge on a striker this summer time as a result of he believes Antonio can proceed to steer the road for not less than one other season.
The report added: “Moyes just isn’t keen to spend far more than that as he seems to be to make sure his finances stretches so far as it presumably can.
“Antonio is 32 however he’s prone to once more shoulder the burden of main the road for almost all of 2022/23 except Moyes has a major change of coronary heart.”
It could be a an enormous mistake for the Irons to not pursue a deal for somebody like Broja.
£25million for a participant who remains to be within the early levels of his profession and Premier League expertise is a no brainer.
If a high class striker doesn’t come by the door on the London Stadium then the West Ham trustworthy can start to noticeably fear in regards to the club’s long-term ambitions.
Moyes has labored wonders this season and it will be an enormous mistake to not use their glorious 2021-22 season as a platform to grow to be constant top-six contenders.
In different West Ham information, Stuart Pearce was emotional as he described his parting message to 1 Irons star on his ultimate day on the club.