West Ham will reportedly look to sell Pedro Obiang, Angelo Ogbonna and Javier Hernandez this summer to raise funds for new recruits. The Hammers endured a frustrating season, which ended in a mid-table finish, and there was unrest among the fans at times during the campaign.
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Manager Manuel Pellegrini will look to rectify the situation over the next few weeks and the likes of Fulham’s Aleksander Mitrovic and Eibar midfielder Joan Jordan have been linked. However, in order to afford the pair, the experienced trio will have to be sold despite their contribution last term, according to a report in the Daily Mail.
Striker Hernandez scored seven goals in the league last season, while defender Ogbonna and holding midfielder Obiang both made 24 top-flight appearances for the London Stadium outfit. Mitrovic might be the solution to West Ham’s problems up front, with no forward able to find the net with regulatory. Jordan plays an attacking role in the centre of the park for Eibar and would add further firepower to the Hammers’ ranks.