No offers for Vaz Te and no signings in pipeline says Allardyce

Hammers manager Sam Allardyce has said there has been no bids from Cardiff City for Portuguese star Ricardo Vaz Te despite speculation the Premier League new boys were interested in him.

According to Sky Sports, Allardyce has also put the dampeners on signing any more players by the end of the transfer window stating that he has no more cash to splash after the signings of Carroll, Downing and Razvan Rat. [Read more…]

5 Players West Ham Should Let Go

As the transfer deadline creeps ever closer, West Ham are still a signing or two away from completing their squad, with a new striker being the most obvious signing on the West Ham agenda; the question remains as to how they will be able to afford one? 

With the ‘Hammers’ close to their £52 million wage cap; it was confirmed that they must sell before any new arrivals come in. [Read more…]

3 Players West Ham Can Let Go

West Ham United co-owner David Gold has admitted the club are short of a striker, but echoes David Sullivan in saying we must sell before we can buy due to imposed wage caps.

Andy Carroll is currently struggling with a heel injury, which leaves Mali international Modibo Maiga as the clubs only fit striker at the moment. [Read more…]

Ricardo Vaz Te Interest

Ricardo Vaz Te was a player who could do no wrong at West Ham, he had the opportunity to earn ‘Legendary’ cult status after scoring the winning goal in the Play-Off Final against Blackpool.

When Vaz Te was signed from Barnsley for half a million , nobody could have predicted the impact he would go on to make; he went on to score 12 goals for West Ham from January up until the end of the season, 24 goals in total that season. [Read more…]

West Ham to cull the squad

Reports coming out in the media today suggest West Ham are getting ready for a clear out of players to offset the signing of Andy Carroll from Liverpool.

The Sun is suggesting that £12 million worth of talent is on its way out of The Boleyn Ground.

Ricardo Vaz Te, Modibo Maiga, Matt Taylor and Alou Diarra are being  listed as the casualties of the clear out. [Read more…]