West Ham United are reportedly planning to sell Manuel Lanzini, Felipe Anderson, and Fabian Balbuena ahead of the summer transfer window.
David Moyes’ outstanding Hammers continue to drive for a spectacular top-four finish in what has been one of the club’s strongest domestic campaigns on record.
Moyes’ side have seven games remaining to achieve the unthinkable since acquiring Manchester United midfielder Jesse Lingard on a short-term loan.
Regardless of where the Hammers end this season, the club is planning a big squad change in the summer, according to a new article from the Evening Standard.
Midfielders Lanzini and Anderson, as well as defender Balbuena, are said to be on their way out.
Anderson has been the least impressive of the three.
Following a £34.2 million transfer from Lazio, the attacking playmaker has failed to make an impact in the famously physical Premier League, and is now on loan with Porto.
Along with Anderson, it has been suggested that Lanzini will be sold once the window opens, with Balbuena expected to become a free agent in the near future.
The Hammers have been linked with a permanent move for Manchester United’s Jesse Lingard in an effort to bolster their team.