Amazingly, David Moyes’ team set a new record for English teams that had stood since the early 1970s with their 17th game without losing in Europe, 16 of which were victories.
The Hammers are evolving from the Premier League’s also-rans into a major force thanks to a third consecutive season in Europe and the acquisition of some outstanding talent in the form of James Ward-Prowse, Konstantinos Mavropanos, Edson Alvarez, and Mohammed Kudus.
Emile Smith Rowe of Arsenal is reportedly attracting interest from the club, according to TeamTalk. If the club is to keep improving, it must invest in more young, eager players.
Mikel Arteta has marginalized the creative midfielder for some reason despite the fact that he first came to prominence a few seasons ago, and as a result, a transfer is now more likely than ever to occur.
TeamTalk has it on good authority that the Gunners would demand about £60 million for the player, which seems extravagant given that he isn’t even getting any playing time.
But it’s obvious what he brings to any team, and if West Ham want to maintain their upward trend and perhaps qualify for the Champions League for the first time ever, they must start forking over the cash before other teams overtake them in the race for the best young talent available.