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West Ham fans fume over ExWHUemployee’s transfer claim

West Ham United are prioritising centre-midfield during the January transfer window, as reported by ExWHUemployee during the West Ham Way Podcast 163.

Gedson Fernandes is the main target named, but Isaac Hayden, Jonjo Shelvey, Joe Allen and Morgan Sanson were also linked by the West Ham insider.

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However, after the podcast went out, he expressed concerns that with West Ham talking to other targets, namely Allen, a move for the Portuguese midfielder may not materialise.

West Ham fans are furious about the idea of missing out on Fernandes, especially for Allen, with one making a comparison between them as “a Ferrari and a clapped out Ford Metro”.

Another claimed that “it makes no sense” to see the Hammers stalling on the deal, with the opinion being that they should go all out to sign the 20-year-old.

Sander Berge, who has also been linked by ExWHUemployee, is another player who has been preferred by fans to the Wales international.

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As well as showing frustration about the idea of signing Allen, this has also spilt out into disdain towards the West Ham board.

One fan has stated that the club is “run like a charity shop”, while another has suggested that the links to Fernandes were only made in the first place to give the illusion of ambition after David Moyes was appointed.

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The conclusion seems to be that the board “don’t care” and fans won’t be pleased if Allen is the man brought in to strengthen the Hammers midfield.

Meanwhile, one West Ham was praised by both sets of fans after the FA Cup win over Gillingham.

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