West Ham United boss David Moyes: ‘I don’t want to sell any forwards’

West Ham United boss David Moyes: 'I don't want to sell any forwards'

West Ham United boss David Moyes has claimed that he does not want to sell any of his forwards during the January transfer window.

While the Hammers are known to be looking for new additions before the end of the month, Andy Carroll, Javier Hernandez and Diafra Sakho have all been linked with a move away from the London Stadium.

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However, Moyes has insisted that he intends to keep all three in his first-team squad, unless any interested club show a willingness to pay over the odds for their signature.

The 54-year-old told reporters: “I don’t want any of them to go. We have got no players here that want to leave, we need to add to our squad so ideally we strengthen. My intention is not to let anybody go.

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“What I will say is that we have four or five strikers and obviously the competition is tough for all of them but I am happy with that and it would need to take an awful lot of money in this window to prise any of them away.”

Chelsea allegedly hold an interest in Carroll, Hernandez has been linked with a return to Manchester United and a number of Premier League sides are said to be keen on Sakho.

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