Chelsea are prepared to sell three players in the January transfer window, who West Ham United have been linked with signing recently.
The Hammers boss needs to sign a new left-back, a top-class central defender and an elite striker, if he is to take us to another level entirely.
And Chelsea’s January window plans should give West Ham a big chance to solve our current weaknesses.
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Mauricio Pochettino to make big Chelsea changes in January transfer window
Maatsen, Chalobah and Broja would all be superb signings for the Hammers in my opinion.
The 21-year-old left-back is a transfer target for Moyes, and was recently linked with a move to the London Stadium.
Meanwhile, the West Ham boss has chased Chalobah before as well, and it was recently claimed that the 24-year-old could be on his way out of Stamford Bridge in January.
And finally, Broja is someone who Moyes has desperately tried to sign on numerous occasions before (Gazzetta Dello Sport), and his Chelsea future looks bleak with Pochettino thought to be lining up a big money move for Victor Osimhen.
Listen, signing all three players in January might be outside the realms of possibility for West Ham, but there’s no reason we can’t raise funds to bring Maatsen and Broja to the London Stadium.
Moyes could move on the likes of Pablo Fornals, Danny Ings, Michail Antonio, Aaron Cresswell and Maxwel Cornet without making us any weaker.
And if Pochettino does have a big reshuffle at Chelsea in the January transfer window, West Ham absolutely must take advantage of it.