Published On: Wed, Aug 12th, 2015

David Gold: ‘West Ham United want to sign two strikers’


West Ham co-owner David Gold


West Ham co-owner David Gold has said that the club “must find another centre-forward” before the end of the transfer window, as they look to build on their opening day success.

With injury-prone Andy Carroll, out until fully recover from knee surgery, at least September. while the Hammers were dealt another blow when Enner Valencia was ruled out for 12 weeks after injuring leg in the Europa League.

The club eye for QPR forward Charlie Austin and Atletico Madrid’s Raul Jimenez.

Gold and manager Slaven Bilic are also eager to join Tottenham in the race for Manchester United striker Javier Hernandez.

Gold told Sky Sports: “We are looking for a striker, that is our key. We’ve been very unfortunate in losing Enner Valencia.

“We already believed that we needed a striker because of Andy Carroll not rejoining the squad until probably September. So we already needed a centre-forward and then losing Valencia it becomes more of an issue.

“So before the window closes we really must find another centre-forward.”


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