By Mike Southey

1st Sep, 2022 | 5:20pm

West Ham United are taking up to 25 calls from agents each hour for incomings and outgoings on deadline day, according to ExWHUemployee.

The reliable source has reported that the business at the London Stadium is set to go right up to the 11 pm deadline later on Thursday evening (01 September).

Things are said to be changing rapidly today, with David Moyes not sure what his squad will look like when he wakes up in the morning as things stand.

Writing on the West Ham Way Patreon page on Thursday afternoon (01 September), Ex shared that the phone lines are going crazy at the London Stadium.

“Club taking up to 25 calls an hour from agents,” he wrote. “Things changing rapidly.

“Been told our business both ins and out will go right up to the deadlines.”

Ever changing.

West Ham United are involved in many different domino transfer sagas already today.

We have already seen with Jan Bednarek likely going to Aston Villa that Craig Dawson should remain at the London Stadium because of that today.

Should that change again, it could move very quickly and all clubs will need to put their foot on the gas immediately should something pop up at any moment.

Ola Aina is another name that has come out of nowhere with a bid said to be rejected already, but that may depend on Harrison Ashby moving to Newcastle or Leeds today.

Moyes will be working closely with Rob Newman to have things in place ready to go should they be needed, but right now, it looks to be a waiting game.

All eyes are on the London Stadium, as we hope to make sure the squad is stronger than it was when waking up this morning to continue a big push in the Premier League.