West Ham’s transfer struggles force them to loan market exploration as the race against time intensifies

As the summer transfer window rolls on, West Ham United finds itself in a challenging position, struggling to secure their desired targets for the upcoming season, relays the IF. The Athletic reports that despite identifying potential signings like Joao Palhinha, Conor Gallagher, and James Ward-Prowse, the Hammers have yet to witness any significant incoming at the London Stadium.

After lackluster performances last season, the pressure is on for David Moyes’ side to bolster their squad, but their efforts seem to have hit a roadblock, raising concerns among the Hammers’ faithful. With the Premier League campaign set to kick off next week, West Ham is now racing against time to strengthen their ranks.

The situation has become so dire that the club has resorted to advertising for seven squad positions on the Transfer Room website, showcasing their desperation to secure the right reinforcements. Additionally, the Hammers are also exploring the possibility of making loan deals to strengthen their squad for the upcoming challenges.

The club was expected to utilize the funds received from Declan Rice’s high-profile transfer to Arsenal to make notable signings. However, it appears that the West Ham transfer committee is in disagreement over their transfer policy this summer, further complicating matters.

As the clock ticks down towards the end of the transfer window, the Hammers’ fans are anxiously hoping for some last-minute transfer activities that could transform the landscape of the London outfit. The spotlight will be on David Moyes’ side to see if they can pull off some fruitful deals in the eleventh hour to bolster their squad ahead of the demanding Premier League season.