Date: 10th November 2017 at 3:55pm
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Although David Moyes has only been in charge at West Ham United for a couple of days, speculation is already emerging as to how the Scot wants to shape the team.

This morning, the Daily Mirror, has gone in to print to suggest who may be leaving the club and who Moyes wants to bring in.

With regards to somebody who is possibly leaving, our referenced source is inferring that Marko Arnautovic could be sold. The player only arrived at West Ham United in the summer, for a fee of £25 million, but, obviously, his sale would generate a fair amount of cash.

As for those who Moyes would like to bring in, our aforementioned source lists three potential purchases, these being:

? Harry Arter (Bournemouth)
? William Carvalho (Sporting Lisbon)
? Lamine Kone (Sunderland)

Arter who is 27-years-of-age and Carvalho who is 25-years-of-age, are both midfielders with the latter being linked to a move to West Ham back in the summer.

As for Kone, the 28-year-old is a defender who Moyes managed whilst he was in charge of Sunderland.

It remains to be seen if Moyes, come the opening of the transfer window, gets what the red-top publication infers he wants.