June 15, 2024

The true reason David Moyes sent Pablo Fornals and Said Benrahma packing from West Ham during the winter transfer window has been revealed.

West Ham manager David Moyes has given an explanation for his decision to transfer Said Benrahma and Pablo Fornals.

West Ham double exit confirmed after computer said no

The left-sided midfield pair ultimately completed transfers to Lyon and Real Betis following the January transfer window deadline.

In east London, game time was hard to come by for Fornals and Benrahma. Furthermore, when given opportunities this season, neither had pulled up any trees for the Hammers.

on order to comply with FFP regulations regarding wages-to-turnover and to make room on the roster for new signings, West Ham had to release players.

Moyes reveals the true reason he sent Benrahma and Fornals away.
All of January, there were a lot of rumors circulating that Benrahma and Fornals would only be allowed to leave if the Hammers could sign a new left-sided attacker.

Ultimately, both players left the team, however Kalvin Phillips was signed on a loan; no other players were acquired.

With Lucas Paqueta sidelined due to injury, West Ham has shown woefully inadequate.

Even the manager acknowledged that he is having trouble finding balance on the left after the loss to Man United.

So why did you let Benrahma and Fornals to go? Numerous fans and journalists have posed the query. especially since West Ham failed to secure the manager’s preferred replacement as a result of either departure.

Fornals and Benrahma were sent out of West Ham, and Moyes has now revealed the true reason behind the move.

Speaking candidly on the subject after the defeat to Man United, Moyes conceded he has left himself short.

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