West Ham United are ‘likely’ to have little money to sign players this forthcoming transfer window amid the COVID-19 pandemic, according to reliable insider ExWHUEmployee.

Speaking on his podcast ‘The West Ham Way‘, the Hammers insider revealed the difficult financial positions the club currently finds itself in, meaning any exciting signings are unlikely to occur this summer.

West Ham currently sit 16th in the Premier League on 27 points with nine games to play and were battling the drop prior to the suspension of English football.

However, despite the financial benefits of Premier League status, co-owners David Gold and David Sullivan have been impacted by the COVID-19 situation.

In the January transfer window, the Irons re-signed goalkeeper Darren Randolph while bringing Jarrod Bowen and Tomas Soucek to east London to bolster the squad.

And with the Hammers in a difficult financial situation, several Hammers fans have reacted to the news on social media