The West Ham United co-owner posted something on Twitter recently.
West Ham United co-chairman David Gold has revealed on Twitter that Manuel Lanzini is ahead of schedule in his comeback from a knee injury, and confirmed new signing Jonathan Calleri is fit enough to travel to Romania.
The Irons jet off to the city of Giurgiu for a tricky first-leg Europa League playoff with Astra on Thursday.
Argentine striker Calleri joined West Ham on a season-long loan from Deportivo Maldonado this week, after representing his country in the Rio Olympics in recent weeks.
His participation in Brazil raised questions over whether he would make the trip to Romania, but Gold confirmed he is in contention for his debut tonight.
One man who will not travel is Calleri's fellow Argentine Lanzini, who was one of West Ham's stand-out performers during his maiden season in East London last term.
The midfielder is still out with a knee injury but Gold revealed on Twitter that he is ahead of schedule in his recovery from that problem.
West Ham co chairman David Gold
@davidgold give us some good news David, I feel like we need some right now ⚒— Dan_West Ham ⚒ (@dpwhufc) August 17, 2016
Lanzine is progressing well and is ahead of schedule and Johnathan Calleri is fit and traveling to Romanian. dg https://t.co/XamL7d01rS— David Gold (@davidgold) August 17, 2016
West Ham lost 2-1 at Chelsea in their Premier League opener on Monday night. Slaven Bilic's side will aim to bounce back domestically when they host Bournemouth at the Olympic Stadium on Sunday evening.