Three West Ham transfers David Sullivan could sanction to go from hero to zero

It would be a huge understatement to say that West Ham United co-owner David Sullivan doesn’t have the best relationship with the club’s supporters, but he certainly went more than a long way to putting that right with the appointment of Manuel Pellegrini as David Moyes’ successor.

The 64-year-old arrives at the London Stadium just four years after winning the Premier League title with Manchester City, while he has never finished outside of the top seven during his spell managing in European football.

Irons fans are in an optimistic mood right now and they will be hoping that the board and the Chilean boss get things right together in the transfer market this summer, with the South American backed well financially to bring the players he wants to east London.

While Pellegrini, who could target these three players he has worked with before this summer, looks likely to have a major say on any incomings, he will still have to go through the owners when it comes to buying and selling players, and there are certainly moves that would anger the London Stadium faithful.

Here are three transfer deals Sullivan could sanction to go from hero to zero…