PREMIER league club West Ham are venturing beyond Europe this summer with a Hawaiian clothing range.
The line includes shirts, tees, shorts, hats, vests and towels – all featuring the Hammers crest.
Here’s how vice-chairman and Sun columnist Karren Brady, manager David Moyes and forward Jarrod Bowen could look in the garish gear.
The price ranges from £18 to £35 and is sold on the Europa Conference League-winning club’s website.
A veteran Hammers fan said: “I really like the collection. It’s colorful and fun, although it’s not for me.
“We’re all still over the moon after winning the Europa Conference League so I guess the club are hoping to catch us while we’re in the summer party mood.
“Maybe someone was in high spirits when they won the dresses.”
Declan Rice, 24, is expected to complete his move from West Ham to Arsenal and become the most expensive British player in Prem’s history.
The Gunners had an offer worth £100m, with a further £5m accepted as a bid.
They then agreed a payment structure with West Ham that would see the amount paid out by the summer of 2025.
Personal conditions were verbally agreed weeks ago, a medical appointment is now scheduled, it is said Fabrizio Romano.
Originally, Arsenal wanted part of the payment staggered over a longer period of time, while West Ham wanted the full amount to be paid within 18 months.