West Ham United have completed the signing of Said Banrahma on a season loan from Brentford.West Ham / Twitter
The Premier League club announced on Friday that West Ham United have completed the signing of Said Benrahma on a season loan from Brentford. The Algerian winger was speculated to have suffered a medical failure, but Hammer said Benrahma was crossing London by the end of the current campaign after the deal was formalized before Friday’s transfer window. However, the 25-year-old will not be available for Sunday’s clash against Tottenham Hotspur. Benrahma became the target after scoring 17 times for championship club Brentford last season.
“I am very happy to be a member of this team,” Benrahma said in a statement from Wayne Ham.
“West Ham is a historic club that has been in the Premier League for many days. It has a great club in England.
Hammers coach Moyes added: “I am delighted to welcome Side to West Ham. He is a well-known player for his performance with Brentford in the Championship.”
Moises has lost his last four games to West Ham after testing positive for the coronavirus before the League Cup match against Hill.
With West Ham’s crucial victories over Wolf and Leicester, he set himself apart and worked from home, but the 57-year-old will be in charge of the 10th-ranked Hammer at White Hart Lane.
“I’m all right,” Moyes said. “Like everyone else, I followed all the guidelines.
“Actually, I stayed home a little longer because I didn’t want to be a broadcaster.”