Done Deal, confirmed and sealed-✅Fabrizio Romano confirms West Ham has hired……..

West Ham United are set to appoint former Bayer Leverkusen director Tim Steidten as their new technical director, according to Fabrizio Romano.

 

Steidten, 44, is out of work after leaving Leverkusen in March, just under four years after he joined from Bremen to head the scouting department before being promoted from that role last July.

The Hammers have been looking to revamp their recruitment department after a disappointing Premier League campaign where they finished 14th with 40 points.

Taking to Twitter on Wednesday afternoon (14 June), Romano shared the breaking development in the club’s search to fill the position.

 

He wrote: “West Ham are set to appoint Tim Steidten as their new technical director – as sources close to the club confirm.

“Deal done and almost sealed.

Former Bayer Leverkusen director will try a new experience in Premier League, as he was also considered by Tottenham

Great news

 

West Ham United have been wanting to fill this vacancy at the club for a couple of months now, so it is brilliant news that they are set to get things in place for the beginning of the summer transfer window.

 

Mark Noble has been far too stretched over the course of this season, and this should allow him to take a more direct look at the club’s academy and how to improve the number of young players coming through the ranks.

 


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