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Q: Manuel Pellegrini - What should we do
a. A good man & a good coach we should stick with him
10%
  
b. A busted flush & he's outstayed his welcome, time to go
37%
  
c. What difference does it really make who's in charge while the current owners are still in control
53%
  



Alan 12:54 Sun Nov 17
Sunday newspapers (includes West Ham)
BBC

Manchester United are closing in on signing Real Madrid and Wales forward Gareth Bale, 30, in the January transfer window - and will allow France midfielder Paul Pogba, 26, to move in the opposite direction as part of the deal. (Sun on Sunday)

Paris St-Germain are likely to be the biggest obstacle to Manchester United's bid to sign Borussia Dortmund's £120m-rated England winger Jadon Sancho, 19. (Sunday Express)

PSG are also interested in Liverpool and England midfielder Adam Lallana, 31. (Sunday Mirror)

Manchester United are monitoring West Bromwich Albion's 23-year-old Brazilian winger Matheus Pereira, who is on loan at The Hawthorns club from Sporting Lisbon.(Mirror)

Manchester City are considering a move for Bayern Munich's France winger Kingsley Coman, 23, if Leroy Sané joins the German champions as expected in the summer. (Sky Sports)

Arsenal are preparing a bid for Turkey defender Merih Demiral, who could be sold by Juventus if the right offer is received for the 21-year-old. (Tuttosport - in Italian)

Barcelona are discussing a new contract with Argentina forward Lionel Messi, 32. (Mundo Deportivo - in Spanish)

Burnley goalkeeper Nick Pope is set to make his full England debut against Kosovo on Sunday. The 27-year-old has one senior cap for his country after appearing as a substitute against Costa Rica in June 2018. (Mail on Sunday)

Former LA Galaxy and Manchester United striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic, 38, is demanding almost £900,000 a month to return to Serie A, where he has played for Juventus, Inter Milan and AC Milan. Milan, Bologna and Napoli are among the clubs interested in signing the ex-Sweden international. (Mail on Sunday)

Everton will target Eintracht Frankfurt's Portuguese forward Goncalo Paciencia, 25, in January after manager Marco Silva asked the club to bring in a striker. (Goal)

Roma will have to pay Manchester United £18m if they want to keep England defender Chris Smalling, 29, on a permanent basis. (Tuttosport, via Metro)

Tottenham Hotspur will offer 17-year-old Republic of Ireland striker Troy Parrott a significant pay rise in an improved three-year deal. (Football Insider)

Bruno Fernandes, the 25-year-old Portugal midfielder heavily linked with Manchester United and Real Madrid, says he "feels the love" at Sporting Lisbon. (Goal)

Inter Milan and Belgium striker Romelu Lukaku, 26, claims Manchester United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer wanted him to stay at Old Trafford prior to his £73m move to the Italian club.(Mail on Sunday)






C&H

Declan shows the way to Irons winger

Grady Diangana has made it clear there’s no way he will let his feet stay anywhere but on the ground over the rest of the season.

The winger has received enormous praise from the West Brom fans as he has become something of a cult hero at the Hawthorns since arriving at the start of the season.

Slaven Bilic had been chasing him for weeks but it wasn’t until the last few days of the summer that Manuel Pellegrini decided to let the youngster take his chance.

There’s still some speculation as to whether he could be recalled by the Hammers as cover for Manuel Lanzini but it now seems more likely to 20 year old will be allowed to see the season out.

It’s a loan spell which suits everybody with Grady completing a spell at the club which could see him end the season with a Championship winners medal.

Whether it’s that – or an alternative promotion to the Premier League – he will have learned loads nd come back to the London Stadium are far more compete player.

Speaking at https://www.whufc.com/news/articles/2019/november/15-november/grady-diangana-i-want-show-world-what-i-can-do he said: “I’ve always been someone who’s grounded, and I don’t let things get to my head. P

Playing with Declan and seeing where he’s got to and how he’s got there and the things he’s had to do to get there has helped me develop as a player. Hopefully I can be just as good as him.”

“I definitely want to make it at West Ham, long term. I saw an interview Pellegrini did and he said he’d like me to get 40 games under my belt with West Brom and he’s happy with the way I’ve been performing, so I’m happy here and I want to keep playing football.

For me personally, I realised there was a lot of competition in the West Ham team, a lot of big players. I’m at the stage of my career where I just want to play games and show the world what I can do. For me to improve as well, I need to be playing so I really wanted to just play football.”




HITC

West Ham eye deal for duo Didier Drogba wants at Chelsea

Shane Callaghan

West Ham United are reportedly interested in the two internationals who Didier Drogba wants at Chelsea.

West Ham United and Chelsea have both been linked to two Jamaican players.

According to Team Talk, Blues legend Didier Drogba wants Kevon Lambert and Junior Flemmings to join the Stamford Bridge club.

Flemmings is a striker with US-based Phoenix Rising, netting 23 goals last season, while Lambert is a 6'3 midfielder who plays for the same club.

And according to Team Talk, Chelsea icon Drogba has asked his old club to take a look at the pair, with the report adding that West Ham are also potentially interested.

The former Ivory Coast marksman is co-owner of the USL Championship side, hence the connection.

Flemmings, who turns 24 in January, and 22-year-old Lambert both have nine caps for Jamaica.

West Ham might have a slight advantage in the sense that their West London rivals have a transfer ban until February 2020, giving the Irons a potential edge in January.

According to Transfermarkt, Flemmings has another year to run on his contract with the Arizona club, and the same applies to Lambert.



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Exiled In Surrey 11:33 Mon Nov 18
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