West Ham are already in the process of identifying the next line of transfer targets as reviewed by ExWHUEmployee

has revealed that West Ham is already in the process of selecting its next wave of transfer targets.

It was another busy summer in east London, wth significant departures as well as arrivals – with the business so far looking to have paid off with a much stronger feel to the side this season.

A key change however in the back room has been our new Technical Director Tim Steidten, who is now the spearhead behind the club’s recruitment strategy and committee.

It has now been reported by our Podcast co-host and club insider ExWHUEmployee that Steidten is already very much at work in the anticipation of strengthening the squad further, with the January transfer window in the not too distant future.

“I have been advised that Steidten has deployed scouts across Europe now in anticipation for January,” stated Ex on The West Ham Way Podcast.

“This is a massive difference from our usual approach, which we know has seemed rather rushed in the past.“

Furthermore, Ex has reported that scouts were in attendance at a recent Porto match, with a couple of players identified as potential targets for the club.

“I can confirm we have scouts in attendance at the Porto vs Gil Vicente match recently, with striker Taremi said to have impressed.

He has a strong track record of scoring goals, although at 31 he would be considered more of an immediate impact player than a player for the long term.

Sanusi, a left back who we may make a move for, is another player to keep an eye on.

He is quick and possesses the necessary qualities to blend in nicely with our approach. Cresswell’s future is still up in the air, therefore he may very well be a guy we try to sign if he leaves in January.

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