English Premier League club West Ham United are reportedly not eager to hand manager Manuel Pellegrini a massive budget to spend in the January transfer window, according to the Daily Star.
West Ham are currently experiencing a bad patch this season despite having kicked off on a positive note.
The Hammers have not won any of their last seven matches played and as a result, they find themselves sitting 16th on the Premier League log.
Pellegrini, however, finds himself in a sticky situation which puts him under immense pressure and by the looks of it, the club won't grant him funds to find a solution for the turmoil at the club.
West Ham have known to have been behind Pellegrini during his time at the club, handing him big budgets in order to go into the transfer market.
According to reports, the Hammers want the Argentine tactician to find a way of using his current squad in order to produce the best results as they could be headed for relegation soon if there is not change.
However, it's going to prove tricky for the London Stadium outfit as they have some tricky fixtures coming up as they are set to play against Tottenham Hotspur after the international break followed by matches against Chelsea, Wolverhampton Wanderers and Arsenal.