West Ham are looking to offload Felipe Anderson, Albian Ajeti and Andriy Yarmolenko this summer, according to the Mirror. The trio were signed for a combined £65m over the past two years but they are now deemed surplus to requirements by manager David Moyes.
The Hammers boss is keen to fund his summer recruitment plans, which reportedly include QPR’s Eberechi Eze (valued at £20m) and Brentford’s Said Benrahma (who is reportedly a Chelsea target).
How much West Ham would receive for the unwanted trio, it remains to be seen. Ajeti has been linked with a move to Celtic in recent days while Anderson could return to Italy.
In Yarmolenko’s case, it’s hard to see how the Irons will be able to recoup much of the £17.5m they paid for the winger, considering his poor injury record since arriving at the London Stadium.
What is clear, though, is that Moyes is intent on overhauling the squad so the club are not fighting against relegation once again next campaign.