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Q: 2019/20 With seven games to go will West Ham stay up
a. Our demise was sealed when the idiots on the Board appointed Moyes, we're down
b. Despite the efforts of Moyes and the players, we will stay up by the smallest of margins
c. I'm beyond caring & couldn't give two hoots either way

Alan 1:17 Sat May 18
Saturday newspapers (includes West Ham)

England striker Marcus Rashford, 21, wants assurances about the direction Manchester United are going in under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer before agreeing to a new contract at Old Trafford. (Sun)

Manchester United have made initial contact with Fulham over the potential signing of defender Ryan Sessegnon, 19, who has been a long-term target for Tottenham. (Sky Sports)

Barcelona and Netherlands goalkeeper Jasper Cillessen, 30, is the leading candidate to replace David de Gea at Manchester United if the Spain keeper, 28, leaves Old Trafford this summer. (Record)

Liverpool's England midfielder Adam Lallana, 31, is keen on a return to Southampton. (Express)

Everton are planning a £35m bid for Bournemouth's England striker Callum Wilson, 27, but could be forced to sell Senegal international Idrissa Gueye, 29, to finance the deal. (Sun)

Everton are also keen on a deal for Fulham and Serbia striker Aleksandar Mitrovic, 24, who wants to remain in the Premier League. (Sky Sports)

Italian champions Juventus have approached Chelsea boss Maurizio Sarri after Massimiliano Allegri's impending departure was announced. (SNAI, via Express)

Juventus are also interested in Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino. (Express)

Sarri will push for a prompt decision from Chelsea regarding his position after the Europa League final as all of his coaching staff are out of contract and need clarity on their own futures. (Times)

Brazil right-back Dani Alves, 36, has stalled new contract talks with Paris St-Germain because he wants a move to the Premier League. (UOL Esporte - in Portuguese)

Manchester United are still in contention to sign Ajax captain Matthijs de Ligt, 19, even though they cannot offer Champions League football next season, with sources in Amsterdam suggesting the defender remains interested in a move to Old Trafford. (Telegraph)

Manchester United are also tracking Fenerbahce and Macedonia midfielder Elif Elmas, 19. (Mail)

Newcastle and Rafael Benitez are set to continue talks about the manager's future into the weekend. (Newcastle Chronicle)

The lawyer of Atletico Madrid striker Antoine Griezmann, 28, is expected to meet Barcelona officials imminently to finalise a move for the France international. (Marca)

Griezmann will leave Atletico Madrid this summer but Manchester City and Paris St-Germain have ruled out a move for the striker. (Independent)

Atletico Madrid's Spanish midfielder Rodri, 22, has a formal offer from Manchester City. (AS)

Arsenal are close to the £10.5m signing of Argentina defender Walter Kannemann, 28, who currently plays for Brazilian side Gremio. (Calciomercato, via Mirror)

Newcastle sources have insisted 21-year-old English midfielder Sean Longstaff, linked with Manchester United, is not for sale this summer. (Newcastle Chronicle)

Chelsea are considering Ajax's Brazilian forward David Neres, 22, because they are hopeful of having their two-window transfer ban frozen by the Court of Arbitration for Sport. (Star)

Everton have held talks over a proposed contract for Denmark goalkeeper Jonas Lossl, 30, who is a free agent after being released by relegated Huddersfield. (Mail)

Wayne Rooney has accused Manchester United's players of "always finding someone to hide behind" both on and off the pitch and says the squad needs to start fearing boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer. (Mirror)

Everton have lined up alternative targets should they fail to make their loan players Andre Gomes, 25, and Kurt Zouma, 24, permanent signings. (Liverpool Echo)

Liverpool have warned any supporters found selling Champions League final tickets through secondary ticketing sites that they face being banned from attending matches at Anfield. (Liverpool Echo)

Arsenal want 18-year-olds Tyreece John-Jules and Xavier Amaechi to sign new contracts, amid interest in the English duo from Bayern Munich and other German clubs. (Goal.com)

Norwich are monitoring Hannover captain Marvin Bakalorz, the 29-year-old German midfielder. (Eastern Daily Press)

Aston Villa have appointed former Notts County boss Ian McParland as their new senior scout. (Birmingham Mail)

Rangers assistant boss Gary McAllister has warned Colombia striker Alfredo Morelos, 22, that he needs to learn from his actions in order to improve the disciplinary record which has left his future in doubt. (Express)


London Stadium catering company announces losses

US catering company Delaware North accounts have published their financial accounts at companies house this week for 2018 which includes the first full second of their 25 year London Stadium contract.

The subsidiary that runs the London Stadium catering contract on behalf of operator LS185 says that turnover increased by 9.7% from £37m in 2016 to £40.6m in 2018. They reveal a gross profit of £29.7m but after administrative expenses, they reveal net loss for the year is £797,000.
The group turnover for the caterer in the U.K is up by £3.3m to £88.8m for 2018. Gross profit for the group is £65.2 but the recorded loss for the group of £1.9m.

The American-owned company delivers catering and hospitality services at Wembley Stadium and a number of stadia for UK football clubs, including Emirates (Arsenal), Pride Park (Derby County), the Valley (Charlton Athletic) and Craven Cottage (Fulham) London Stadium (West Ham) and the Ricoh Stadium (Coventry)
The US parent company Delaware North Inc has a global turnover of $3.2bn (£2.47bn)

This is Futbol

West Ham fans rave about Cullen

Josh Cullen starred for Charlton as they overcame Doncaster Rovers on penalties to reach the League One play-off final on Friday and it seems that many West Ham supporters sat up and took notice. The 23-year-old Hammers midfielder has been on loan at Charlton this season and has had a fantastic campaign as a result. Cullen has scored two goals, while assisting six, in the 33 outings he has made across all competitions. In fact the midfielder has wowed so much, particularly on Friday against Doncaster, that a section of Hammers fans wanted him back at the London Stadium. One West Ham supporter claimed that Manuel Pellegrini’s side were crying out for a box-to-box midfielder just like Cullen while another claimed the 23-year-old would be the next Mark Noble. It’ll be interesting to see if the midfielder gets an opportunity to impress in pre-season when he returns to the London Stadium, as you wonder if impressing in League One will be enough to grab Pellegrini’s attention.

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Mex Martillo 7:31 Mon May 20
Re: Saturday newspapers (includes West Ham)
Texas, for sure it is a tax dodge and all legal...
Great to hear Callum is doing well.
Thanks Alan

Texas Iron 11:50 Sat May 18
Re: Saturday newspapers (includes West Ham)
"Administrative Costs "= Payoffs to selves & Others...30million on revenues of 40 million...
Tax Dodge...???

Queens Fish Bar 11:33 Sat May 18
Re: Saturday newspapers (includes West Ham)
Thanks Alan 3:09 Sat May 18

Crassus 5:27 Sat May 18
Re: Saturday newspapers (includes West Ham)
Thank you Alan
Trust that you are keeping well Sir

DukeofDevo 4:53 Sat May 18
Re: Saturday newspapers (includes West Ham)
A good read as always Cheers Alan

Thanks Alan 3:09 Sat May 18
Re: Saturday newspapers (includes West Ham)
Mad Dog 1:44 Sat May 18

Mad Dog 1:44 Sat May 18
Re: Saturday newspapers (includes West Ham)
Thanks Alan

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