As of currently writing this, West Ham are very close to agreeing a fee for Ajax star Mohammed Kudus.
According to David Ornstein, the personal terms shouldn’t be a problem.
For Hammers fans, the loss of Declan Rice hurt us. Badly. We were giving relegation shouts before the season had even started...mental times.
Just a week ago, James Ward-Prowse finally joined the club, after a prolonged period of us bidding several times, until Southampton gave in. The midfielder bagged 2 assists on his debut vs Chelsea and looked to be a real threat from set pieces as we expected.
Edson Alvarez from Ajax also joined the club in the same time period as JWP, another midfield signing to help fill the void left by Rice. Monstrous tackles and determination really gave us an idea of what Alvarez was about, mentality demon. Exactly what West Ham needed.
David Moyes has bid for several players this transfer window including the most recent signing of Kostantinos Mavropanos, which came out of nowhere it felt like. The Greek defender joined the club just yesterday for a fee of around £20 million pounds. Bargain.
Doubts of his medical being failed were reported by multiple sources but was found out quickly to (thankfully) be false.
Moyes is still looking to bolster his attack with the likes of Youssef En-Nesyri being heavily linked with the club. The target man is looking to leave Sevilla after financial struggles taking over the Spanish giants.
Mohammed Kudus also looks set to join the Hammers after David Ornstein tweeted reporting a fee close to being agreed.
We will update further on this soon...