Date: 12th March 2018 at 9:00pm
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West Ham are set for a major recruitment drive this summer after making plans for the future, which will see a lot of changes.

David Moyes’ short-term deal comes to an end this summer but the Scottish boss is expected to sign a fresh contract to lead West Ham into what they hope will be better fortune- but he has one major condition if he’s to put pen to paper.

The Daily Express states Moyes wants approval to complete a major overhaul of the squad this summer, which could see as many as ten players leaving, and he’ll be handed a £60m transfer kitty if he can keep the Hammers in the Premier League.

West Ham remain three points above the relegation zone after a third consecutive defeat, losing 3-0 to Burnley, and unsavoury scenes at the London Stadium have reignited the pressure upon the east London side heading into the final eight games of the campaign.

It’s been clear for a while that the current squad is not up to scratch and has a number of holes within it, which is why it’s not surprising that Moyes wants a major overhaul- and it would see him build the side with his own DNA.