Said Benrahma have finally completed his move to West Ham on a season-long loan from Brentford.
Prior on Friday, the deal had been tossed into question after it was accounted for that Said Benrahma had failed his medical.
West Ham have affirmed the Algeria attacker will be moving to the London Stadium until the end of the current season after completing a switch before the 5pm deadline.
The Hammers have an arrangement set up over a permanent move for Said Benrahma, which the PA news agency comprehends is a £25m deal and a further £5m in add-ons.
However, the talented winger won’t be accessible for West Ham’s Premier League clash against Tottenham Hotspur on Sunday.
Said Benrahma pulled in West Ham boss David Moyes’ enthusiasm after he scored multiple times for Brentford last season.
David Moyes has affirmed he is battling fit and prepared to get back on the touchline.
The Hammers boss has missed West Ham’s last four matches after testing positive for Coronavirus before the Carabao Cup match against Hull.
David Moyes self-isolated and he was working from home as West Ham secure noteworthy successes over Wolves and Leicester, however the 57-year-old will be in charge once again at White Hart Lane.