The pressure is building on the club to spend some of the money made on Chris Wood back in August. Radrizzani said “fans can rest assured” the monies made from the deal would go into the squad, yet only £4 million has been spent and fans have been taking to social media to discuss the January window. Andrea Radrizzani tweeted the following today.

“I can see yours and all fans are getting impatient but I am responsible since last June and working hard to make our dream come true @LUFC management will be transparent and clear on market transfer strategy in Q&A session in Feb. all focus on millwall now #mot”

The questions have been coming thick and fast and he probably felt like he had to respond due to the sheer volume of messages he has been getting. This hasn’t appeased everyone either and it’s quite hard to tell what he actually means in terms of what we are doing in this current window. It’s not hard to see what the fans want, a striker the main issue that is actually being highlighted by our current performances. We have less than two weeks left in this window and as it stands we have just signed Laurens De Bock for the first-team, replacing Cameron Borthwick-Jackson who has headed back to Manchester United.

The developments will be interesting in the coming weeks, we are sure to be looking for players but the news that the club didn’t want to pursue a deal for Derby striker Chris Martin because of his wages has caused some confusion and perhaps increased the need for Radrizzani to say something via social media. Martin was offered to the club on loan as well so no fee would have been paid for the player. Hopefully the club do bring players in, people will say we are an impatient fan base, the facts say something very, very different. We are an expectant, passionate fan base.

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