David Moyes is ready to significantly strengthen his West Ham United squad this summer in order to challenge higher up the Premier League table.
The Guardian has reported that the Scotsman is preparing a summer clearout to his squad, with up to six faces potentially leaving.
That could be needed though, with funds needing to be raised for further signings after making Tomas Soucek’s move permanent this summer.
Claret and Hugh have further backed up that claim, reporting that the Irons are still interested in Kyle Walker-Peters and Eberechi Eze.
It is suggested by the reliable club source that the Hammers may need to raise up to £38million if they want to bring them to the London Stadium.
Moyes is said to be a massive fan of Walker-Peters, and with Ryan Fredericks struggling this season, it may be a smart move.
Eze, on the other hand, is said to be valued at £20million and is one player who is attracting interest from a number of clubs like Leeds and Crystal Palace.
Walker-Peters has been on loan at Southampton this season, with the Saints reportedly still interested in the Spurs youngster, as well as Fredericks.
Should the Irons give their Premier League rivals permission to speak to Fredericks, it would open the door for a move for the Spurs full-back.
Both appear to be less than straightforward for the Irons, who will need to rely on a number of different factors in order to secure both players.
In other West Ham United news, a reliable club source has detailed a meeting between Moyes and a former player