West Ham United are determined to strengthen ahead of their move to the Olympic Stadium.
Co-owner David Sullivan has promised West Ham United supporters that no star players will not be sold in the summer transfer window, in an interview he did with TalkSPORT on 14th April.
The Hammers have enjoyed a wonderful campaign this season, where they have mounted a challenge for a top four spot.
West Ham are likely to see plenty of interest in their players in the summer transfer window. However, Sullivan insists that the only players that leave Upton Park will be those who can be replaced.
"We will only sell players who we regard, we can buy better players to replace them if that makes sense," Sullivan said. "Not many, if any, we will sell. Maybe deals will work at the time. There will be no star players sold."
Dimitri Payet is likely to be one of the most in demand players in Europe in the summer, given his stellar first season in English football.
Payet has become one of the standout players in the Premier League, and he is already a fans’ favourite at Upton Park.
It seems that the Hammers are determined to keep hold of the Frenchman though, as they plan to strengthen ahead of their move to the Olympic Stadium.
West Ham are already linked with a range of players, with Havard Nortdveit set to become the London side’s first signing of the summer.