West Ham are set for a major turnaround this summer as they seek to improve their fortunes significantly, following two disappointing campaigns following their move across London to the London Stadium.
The Hammers are in need of reinforcements during the summer as they seek to improve their squad, which will add a lot of action in the market- and it’s likely that David Moyes will look to bolster his forward options.
Summer signing Javier Hernandez has struggled to find consistent form this season, whilst Andy Carroll has spent a large chunk of the season out injured and January recruit Jordan Hugill is yet to make his mark on the spot.
West Ham have set their sights on targets, including St. Etienne’s Jonathan Bamba, and it’s now being reported that the east London have been handed a major boost in the market.
Reports from France indicate that the French side have accepted that Bamba will not be renewing his contract with the Ligue 1 side, which opens the door for West Ham to make a move at the end of the season.
Bamba has scored seven goals and secured seven assists this season, which has attracted further interest0 including that of West Ham’s relegation rivals Crystal Palace.