West Ham sold their club-record signing, Sebastien Haller, in January to Ajax for £20.25 million but despite having a bid rejected for Sevilla’s Youssef En-Nesyri, Moyes opted to not sign a replacement leaving them with just Michail Antonio.
Do West Ham need to replace Antonio?
Speaking on why he’s glad that Moyes didn’t buy a striker in January and why they need to sign a Haller replacement this summer, Lee told This is Futbol:
“They certainly need somebody because as good as Antonio is when he’s playing he’s injured a lot, so they certainly need a centre forward and they cost a lot of money.”
West Ham have been linked with Tammy Abraham this summer but the Chelsea striker is set to cost any potential suitor £40 million.