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West Ham willing to accept big money move from Saudi for star player

West Ham United will reportedly consider accepting a ‘big’ offer for Said Benrahma in the January transfer window.

This is in line with a recent report from Football Insider, which states that the Hammers anticipate an early season attack for the Algerian winger from Saudi Arabia’s Pro League clubs.

Benrahma, 28, is a relatively unknown player under David Moyes; he has only made four Premier League starts this year.

With less than three years remaining on his deal, the Hammers might try to take advantage of this opportunity to cash in.

Pro League clubs are the most likely to enter the market with an offer in January, though other suitors may surface once they learn the crafty 28-year-old may be for sale.

If West Ham loses their number 22, their supporters won’t be overly pleased. It is reasonable to assume that signing a new striker is more important than cashing in on one of their best wingers given that Michail Antonio is having difficulty scoring goals and that the Jamaican is only one of the squad’s two recognized strikers. However, considering the wealth Saudi clubs possess, it is very possible that the latter occurs as a result of the former.

Benrahma, who joined from Brentford in 2021, has made 33 goals from 149 games across all competitions directly contribute to his time at the London Stadium.


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Following the publication of a significant new Divin Mubama claim by a source close to the owners, West Ham is now “confident” of completing a striker deal.

Most West Ham supporters will respond in the same way when asked what the team’s top priorities should be ahead of the January transfer window.

When the winter transfer window opens in five weeks, West Ham will need to sign a new striker, despite the best efforts of Divin Mubama to persuade them otherwise.

Gianluca Scamacca was sold to Atalanta in the summer, and the Hammers were unable to acquire his replacement.

The injuries to Michail Antonio and Jarrod Bowen have now revealed West Ham’s deficiency in depth in what is possibly the most crucial area of the team.

West Ham now ‘confident’ of getting striker deal done

Even if the Hammers do sign a new forward in the winter transfer window, Mubama will have plenty of room to play because Antonio and Danny Ings are almost done with the team.

If they can persuade the youthful striker to stay, that is.

There are many rumors stating that Mubama is not willing to sign a new contract with West Ham because he is angry about not getting more chances under David Moyes.

When Antonio and Bowen were not available, Ings was once again picked over Mubama.And West Ham supporters blasted Moyes for that choice.

Source close to owners makes big new Mubama claim

But Mubama was given thirty minutes, and he was instrumental in the Hammers’ strategy to change the course of the game.

The assured Academy alumnus has informed Moyes of the advantages he offers the West Ham squad over Antonio and Ings.

We revealed over the weekend that David Sullivan, the owner of West Ham, has attempted to mediate the Mubama situation by attempting to have one-on-one discussions with the striker. However, his representative has declined.

However, there is some positive news from a reliable insider of the club.

Because, according to a source close to the owners, West Ham is now “confident” that they can complete the striker deal, Mubama has made a major new claim.

‘We are confident we can get a deal done’

Hughie Southon of Claret and Hugh claims that people close to Muhammad insist he wants to sign a new contract with West Ham, the team he played for as a boy.

Even better, a person with knowledge of the negotiations has expressed their “confidence” that they will be completed.

According to one (source), the deal is more about checking off boxes related to the subject’s future than it is about money, the report says.

“Top-tier strikers are extremely expensive these days, so it makes perfect sense that the boy is being used regularly, beginning this week in Serbia, with our key insider saying: ‘We need to come to an agreement and we will carry on talking.'”

And one who is very close to the teenager said: “We are confident we can get a deal done.”

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