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David Sullivan says West Ham can’t afford new players now

Co-owner David Sullivan of West Ham United delivered a piece of heartbreaking news for the fans, saying he can’t tell for sure whether they’re going to sign anyone this summer.

The chairman of the Hammers took to talkSPORT to inform ace broadcaster Jim White about the Hammers’ schedule for the rest of the transfer window, and with the fans, his update would not go down well.

“I cannot say for sure we’re going to sign anybody. As each day passes I get more depressed.”

David Sullivan:

“David Moyes doesn’t want squad players, he wants players that improves our team but we can’t afford them! I can’t guarantee we will sign players this summer…”

— #GSBOUT West Ham News (@whufc_news) September 23, 2020

David Sullivan on talkSPORT: “I cannot say for sure we’re going to sign anybody. As each day passes I get more depressed.” #WHUFC

— Roshane Thomas (@RoshaneSport) September 23, 2020

West Ham are yet to make any signings this summer, aside from triggering the option to permanently sign Tomas Soucek from Slavia Prague after his impressive half-season loan, and it does not seem that they will.

Sullivan says that there are no promises to be made, and Hammers fans will not take the news well, despite selling Grady Diangana to West Bromwich Albion to raise their coffers and promising to spend his fees on signings.

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