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In: Mohamed Diame (Wigan, free), Stephen Henderson (Portsmouth, £655k), Jussi Jaaskelainen (Bolton, free), George McCartney (Sunderland, free), Modibo Maiga (Sochaux, £5.3m), Raphael Spiegel (Grasshoppers, free), Matt Jarvis (Wolves, £8.4m), James Collins (Aston Villa, £2.8m), Alou Diarra (Marseille, £2.2m), Andy Carroll (Liverpool, loan), Yossi Benayoun (Chelsea, loan)
Out: Freddie Sears (Colchester, free), Marek Stech (Yeovil, free), Frank Nouble (Wolves, free), Robert Green (Queens Park Rangers, free), Papa Bouba Diop (free), Abdoulaye Faye (Hull City, free), John Carew (free), Julien Faubert (Elazigspor, free), Paulo Barrera (Cruz Azul, free), Ravel Morrison (Birmingham City, loan), Sam Baldock (Bristol City, £1.7m), Nicky Maynard (Cardiff City, £2.2m)
If QPR signed an entire team, West Ham aren’t far behind with 11 additions, almost all of them first-teamers.
Simply put, a great transfer window for Sam Allardyce.
Getting Diame in early was a signal of intent, as well as shipping dead wood out of Upton Park, but Jarvis was the one that kicked it off.
Now with Carroll and Benayoun on the books, West Ham should be looking at a solid midtable finish.