West Ham United face Chelsea on Monday.
It has been a testing period for West Ham, what with the club struggling to find that elusive big-name striker addition and a number of players undergoing treatment on niggles and fitness issues.
Gold, though, has taken to Twitter to post some positivity in regards to fitness by adding that Tore and Sakho have begun training and Lanzini is now running after a spell in a knee brace following an injury with Argentina.
Manuel Lanzini injured his knee while on duty with Argentina. Manuel is out of his brace and has started running. dg pic.twitter.com/fOgywbWdWR— David Gold (@davidgold) August 12, 2016
More good news from the treatment room, Gokhan Tore has resume training with the first team squad. dg pic.twitter.com/ZTR8L8DdnG— David Gold (@davidgold) August 12, 2016
Diafra Sakho is training hard to regain the right level of fitness so he can rejoin the main squad. dg pic.twitter.com/PzGkWcs79K— David Gold (@davidgold) August 12, 2016
Tore recently joined the East London club on loan from Besiktas with the view to a permanent deal but hasn’t had the best of starts to his West Ham career, struggling for fitness and missing much of pre-season.
Sakho’s West Ham future has been heavily in doubt over the summer with strong links to both Sunderland and West Bromwich Albion (Daily Mail), yet he ultimately failed his medical at the latter and a potential £16 million deal was called off.
Lanzini won over many Hammers supporters last season after a number of dazzling displays, but he suffered heartbreak after a knee injury ruled him out of Argentina’s squad for the 2016 Olympics in Rio de Janeiro.
Now he is back running, it shouldn’t be too long before he features again for Slaven Bilic’s side.