With the Premier League transfer window closed, the only left to those clubs who are seeking to boost their squads is the possibility of signing a player who does not have a contract.
Back in May, at the conclusion of the 2017 / 2018 season, the decision was made to let the popular Welsh defender, James Collins, leave the club.
Since leaving the Hammers, Collins, now 34-years-of-age, hasn’t found another club at which he can offer his talents.
Today, lurking in the pages of the popular tabloid publication, the Sun, is the inference that Collins could be set to make a remarkable return to West Ham United Football Club.
Our source is suggesting that the Hammers hierarchy are set to offer the defender a one-year contract.
It would seem that our faltering start to the season whereby we’ve conceded six goals and with our defence looking decidedly dodgy, a decision has been made to bring back to the club somebody who has always given his all to the club.
Now whether it is a wise decision or not I’ll let you decide, but please feel free to leave your opinions in the comments facility beneath this article.