Perhaps needing a striker more than anyone in Europe during the January transfer window, West Ham saw deadline day come and go with no out and out goalscoring reinforcements coming in.
That’s not to say they didn’t make a valiant effort, with bids for Sevilla’s Youssef En-Nesyri making headlines in Spain, but David Moyes had to ultimately make do with bringing in Jesse Lingard on loan from Manchester United.
The forward has started remarkably well, bagging a brace in his debut against Aston Villa, but he’s not going to be there forever, with no clause in the deal with the Red Devils to make the move permanent.
This means West Ham will still need a striker in the summer, and Sevilla are making plans in case they, or anyone else, return for En-Nesyri.
That’s according to Estadio Deportivo, who recall that Monchi is keeping tabs on AZ Alkmaar’s Myron Boadu, with it said ‘it’s very probably there will be a coming and going up front since succulent offers will arrive’ for the Morocco international.
There is therefore ‘the possibility of a transfer’, which is why the Sevilla director of football is considering his options.
Certainly something to keep an eye on, as West Ham will definitely be in the market for someone to finally replace Sébastien Haller and we doubt their targets will have changed much between January and July.