Manuel Pellegrini is still seeking to bolster West Ham’s squad despite the London club having already signed seven players in pre-season.
Pellegrini made his intentions clear on Tuesday in his first press conference since being appointed as manager of the Hammers last month.
The 64-year-old Chilean was flanked by Brazilian playmaker Felipe Anderson and former Arsenal midfielder Jack Wilshere, two of the new players who’ve arrived at the London Stadium ahead of the Premier League campaign for a combined total of some £100 million.
“We are trying to build a strong squad. We know the Premier League is not easy,” said Pellegrini. “We have seven new players but we have three important players injured,” he added.AFP
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