West Ham’s search for a striker will intensify this week, with promising young striker Kelechi Iheanacho the main target.  Wary of the interest of Leicester City in in the starlet, the Hammers have tried to reach agreement with Manchester City over a buy back clause, which has been the main stumbling block in negotiations.  City are said to be seeking a 40% clause whereas the Hammers are holding out for 50%.

As the players start to return to training and the new season gets closer, a new striker remains the priority for the team.  Calleri and Zaza are long gone with Carroll and Sakho still both on the treatment table, at the moment we might have to play Randolph up front!

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  • weesthamsteve

    Diffrent reports are contradicting themselves-no wonder we don’t know whats going on.Previous report says Hernandez is number one target this one says Iheanacho,previous report says WHU had accepted Man.C terms this one says still negotiating.If you don’t know the truth don’t print it.

  • Lawson Regis

    west ham r right to play hard ball with city because we r giving him the chance to become the player we know he could be… COYI

  • scott templeman

    not just that there needs to be more harumphing on this story.
    Harumph harumph.

  • Kenneth jorgensen

    Im getting annoyed with our owners, come on splash the money and get us some signings, before other clubs steal them, if our owner can’t take us the next step then sell, because next step is to jump up and be a top 4 club

  • SHKHLK

    WE LOST HENRY TO EVERTON BECAUSE OUR BOARD ARE BIDDING FOR EVERY ONE AND MAKING IT PUBLIC MAKES US LOOK DESPERATE