West Ham are set to announce two new signings of players who will join the squad on a permanent basis in the summer, according to Ken Dyer of the Evening Standard.
Firstly, Manuel Lanzini’s loan move from UAE-based club Al Jazira is set to be made permanent as the Argentine has proved his fitness his recent injury lay-off.
According to the report, the Hammers have had a £7.4million deal in place to sign the 23-year-old, but they wanted to see how he was after his recent thigh injury.
Now that he’s back in the first-team mix, West Ham will tie up that deal in the near future.
The second player set to join West Ham as they begin life at the Olympic Stadium is Norway midfielder Havard Nordtveit who looks set to join Slaven Bilic’s side on a free transfer from Borussia Moenchengladbach.
The midfielder, who is also comfortable filling in as a defender, it out of contract in the summer and has reportedly agreed to move to West Ham