By Alex Taylor

West Ham manager Slaven Bilic has hinted that he will not make any more additions to his squad this summer.

The Hammers boss has already bought in six new players in the current transfer window as the east London outfit seek to build on last seasons 7th place finish in the Premier League.

The Croatian manager has spent £29million bringing in Andre Ayew, Arthur Masuaku and Gokhan Tore, as well as securing the permanent signing of Manuel Lanzini from Al-Jazira for £10million.

He has also bought in Ashley Fletcher, Havard Nordtveit and Sofiane Feghouli on free transfers.

Bilic is happy with his summer spending and has now hinted that the club’s summer dealings are over.

“We are very pleased as we have done very good business with Nordveit and Feghouli,” Bilic told the West Ham website. “They are great players and came on free transfers, which is really great for us to get them,”.

“Then we got a loan with Tore and two or three days ago we completed the deals with Ayew and with Arthur Masuaku from Olympiacos, who we needed as another left-back. That’s basically it.”

 

West Ham begin their new domestic campaign in five days time against Chelsea at Stamford Bridge.

In other West Ham transfer news, the Hammers proposed transfer of Argentine Jonathan Calleri is in doubt after Barcelona showed an interest in the striker, according to a report.