After completing two deadline-day deals, West Ham now has their strongest line-up.
On transfer deadline day, West Ham added two midfielders to their team.
West Ham manager David Moyes will be delighted with how his deadline day went after securing the signings of two new players. CSKA Moscow’s Nikola Vlasic joined the Hammers on a five-year agreement worth £26.8 million, while Spartak’s Alexander Kral joined on a season-long loan with a purchase option.
Moyes already had a quality squad at his disposal, but following the international break, both new recruits will be vying for a starting spot.
West Ham has had a wonderful start to the season, going undefeated and picking up seven points from their first three league games.
Following the completion of the two signings, Express Sport takes a look at West Ham’s strongest line-up.
Under Moyes, the Poland goalkeeper has been the clear first choice, and the veteran is likely to continue in that vein this season.
Last season, Fabianski’s team only conceded 47 goals in a campaign that saw them qualify for the Europa League.
This summer, Alphonse Areola joined the team on loan from PSG, and he will compete with Fabianski.
Fabianski, on the other hand, has Premier League experience and is unlikely to be replaced by the Frenchman.
A new signing has been made. Following his arrival from Chelsea, Kurt Zouma is expected to fight his way into the first team.
On Sunday, the Hammers finalized the £29.8 million purchase of Zouma, who will be a better defensive partner for Angelo Ogbonna than Craig Dawson.
Dawson, 31, joined the London Stadium from Watford in the January transfer window and has started all three Premier League games.
Vladimir Coufal and Aaron Cresswell are obviously West Ham’s greatest full-backs, while Ogbonna has been the club’s best centre-back.
In defensive midfield, Tomas Soucek and Declan Rice are the two best alternatives for the Hammers.
Rice is one of the league’s brightest prospects, attracting interest from some of the Premier League’s most prestigious clubs throughout the summer.
The 22-year-old was linked with a move to Manchester United or Chelsea, but neither club was interested.
Meanwhile, Soucek has swiftly adjusted to life in the Premier League, scoring ten goals in 38 league appearances last season. “Brinkwire News in Condensed Form.”