Moyes and Sullivan agree change in West Ham transfer policy

West Ham are shifting transfer policy.

The Daily Mail says a change has been agreed after Friday talks between chairman David Sullivan and manager David Moyes.

West Ham will now seek to sign players with good Premier League experience.

Moyes and Sullivan have agreed to focus on local know-how after flirting with relegation last season. Winning the Europa Conference League has strengthened Moyes’ hand.

The Hammers are also set to appoint a director of sport ahead of the new campaign.

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