West Ham launches opinion-dividing Hawaiian clothing range for the summer

PREMIER League club West Ham are venturing further afield than Europe this summer, with a Hawaiian clothing range.

The line includes shirts, T-shirts, shorts, hats, vests and towels — all bearing the Hammers’ crest.

Our mock up of what Karren Brady, David Moyes and Jarrod Bowen might look in the garish gear

We show here how the vice-chairman and Sun columnist Karren Brady, manager David Moyes and striker Jarrod Bowen might look in the garish gear.

The clobber, ranging in price from £18 to £35, is being sold on the Europa Conference League-winning club’s website.

One veteran Hammers fan said: “I quite like the collection. It’s colourful and fun, though it’s not for me.

“We’re all still bubbling after winning the Europa Conference League so I guess the club hopes to catch us while we’re in a summer party mood.

“Maybe someone was in high spirits when they gave the clothes the nod.”

Declan Rice, 24, is expected to finalise his switch from West Ham to Arsenal and become the most expensive British player in Prem history.

The Gunners had a bid worth £100million with a further £5m in a add-ons accepted.

They then agreed a payment structure with West Ham that will see the amount paid off by the summer of 2025.

Personal terms had already been agreed verbally weeks ago, and a medical is now booked in, according to Fabrizio Romano.

Arsenal originally wanted to stagger a section of the payment across a longer period while West Ham demanded the full amount within 18 months.

The new sporty shorts are £25

The bucket hat will set fans back £18

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