When the January transfer window first opened, there was very little activity happening at West Ham United. However, in the last few days, movement in and out has moved on at a pace.
The latest name to move out of the club is that of youngster Pierre Ekwah Elimby, as he has joined Sky Bet Championship side Sunderland on a permanent deal.
The 21-year-old has become the second player to have moved to Wearside this season after Ajibola Alese had swapped East London for The Stadium of Light in the summer.
Similar to Craig Dawson’s move to Wolverhampton Wanderers, this deal happened quickly, as Sky Sports News reported earlier that he was undergoing his medical with the Black Cats.
As a parting gift, the player featured in the Development Squad’s match against Manchester United on Friday night and although they eventually lost 3-2, the Frenchman scored the first goal to put Mark Robson’s side in a commanding position.
With eight more days to go before the window closes, if any more deals concerning the Hammers are completed then as always, this site will keep its readers up to date.