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West Ham coach ‘clashed’ with David Moyes, no transfers, and players open to leaving – but Hammers supporters encouraged ‘not to panic’

West Ham supporters have returned to reality following their Europa Conference League victory.

The Hammers won their first European title since 1965 in June, defeating Fiorentina in Prague. However, it is fair to conclude that the historic night and the subsequent festivities were masking several flaws that were evident behind the scenes.

As West Ham supporters put away their claret and blue banners and the festivities subsided, their pleasure quickly turned to anxiety.

A lack of inbound transfers and coach departures are just a few of the warning signs that have appeared and are getting more difficult to ignore.

Last season, West Ham were in serious danger of being relegated back to the Championship, but a late surge in form helped David Moyes’ team climb to 14th position.

In actuality, winning the Europa Conference League alleviated some of the Hammers’ concerns, with fans singing “We’re going down with a European Cup” before their Premier League survival was guaranteed.

So, what exactly is going on at the London Stadium, and are West Ham fans right to be concerned about the possibility of another relegation battle? TalkSPORT.com has got you covered…

It’s been 48 days since West Ham signed their single player of the summer, 17-year-old Sean Moore from Cliftonville for an unknown cost. This is despite having a rich £105 million to play with after selling captain Declan Rice to London rivals Arsenal.

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The Hammers have been unsuccessful in their pursuit of Southampton’s James Ward-Prowse, with the Saints asking for £40m for their skipper, and talkSPORT brought you the news the east London club are poised to walk away from their chase.

Other Premier League players associated with the club include Harry Maguire, Scott McTominay, and Conor Gallagher, but as the summer transfer season approaches its final month, the Hammers have yet to add anyone.

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