West Ham United transfer update emerges ahead of deadline day as David Moyes changes mind several times
West Ham manager David Moyes is still reportedly unsure about whether or not to dip into the transfer market ahead of the 31 January deadline.
According to reliable Hammers news website Six Foot Two [30 January], the Hammers boss has changed his mind several times over the course of the window.
He is yet to come to a decision about what the best way forward is as the window is set to shut in the next 30 hours.
Moyes cannot still be unsure whether or not there are more signings needed as it’s pretty evident that another attacking midfielder is the need of the hour.
Tomas Soucek cannot continue being a regular starter and moving Lucas Paqueta into a deeper position could see someone offering more creativity as a number 10.
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Terem Moffi looks unlikely to move to the London Stadium and with Michail Antonio seemingly set to stay at West Ham, there perhaps is no immediate need for a striker.
However, Wolves could still test the Hammers resolve with a late bid as they’re willing to offer £10million to sign the Jamaican.
If he didn’t want more players, that should have been decided days ago and he should not be in two minds just a day before the window closes.
Hopefully, common sense prevails and they end up signing the one midfielder that they need on 31 January.