West Ham will not make any additional funds available to manager Manuel Pellegrini in the January transfer window, according to the Daily Star.
The Hammers are on a run of six games without a win in the Premier League and are entering a tough run of fixtures after the international break. However, despite the difficulties, the board will not give Pellegrini more money to spend.
They are believed to be unhappy with both sporting director Mario Husillos and Pellegrini over some of the poor signings that have been made, including Pablo Fornals and Roberto.
On top of that, they feel that the £150m that the Chilean has been given to spend since his arrival in 2018 is more than enough to have built a squad of sufficient quality.
With that being said, though, West Ham lie just five points off the bottom three after 12 games, sitting in 16th place ahead of matches against Tottenham, Chelsea and Arsenal in the next month.