West Ham United co-chairman David Sullivan says that the club is aiming to recruit at least four new players this summer.
West Ham United co-chairman David Sullivan has confirmed that the club is aiming to bring in at least four more players this summer.
The Upton Park executive hinted that manager Sam Allardyce will be given additional funds to add to his squad to help secure a top-10 finish next term.
"We hope to have at least four more signings in place by the time we kick off against Tottenham on 16 August as we aim for at least a top-10 finish," he told the club's website.
West Ham have already recruited two players this summer - Senegalese midfielder Cheikhou Kouyate and Argentine striker Mauro Zarate.
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