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Alan 1:23 Sat Jan 25
Saturday newspapers (includes West Ham)
BBC

Tottenham midfielder Christian Eriksen, 27, will travel to Milan and have a medical early next week before completing a move to Inter. (Guardian)

The Denmark international will sign a deal that could see him earn up to £320,000 per week. (Sky Sports)

Manchester United fans are planning a mass walkout during the club's Premier League match against Wolves at Old Trafford on 1 February in protest at the club's owners. (Mirror)

Real Sociedad boss Imanol Alguacil says he will decide if Tottenham target Willian Jose is selected to play against Mallorca on Sunday. The 28-year-old Brazilian forward was left out in midweek as a transfer appeared imminent. (Marca)

Barcelona are considering a surprise move for Chelsea's France international forward Olivier Giroud, 33. (Independent, via Mail)

Arsenal are reportedly in talks with Atletico Madrid over a possible deal for France midfielder Thomas Lemar, 24. (RMC Sport, via Talksport)

Tottenham's pursuit of AC Milan striker Krzysztof Piatek could go right down to deadline day with the Italian club holding out for £30m for the 24-year-old Poland international. (Star)

Roma are interested in signing Real Sociedad's former Manchester United winger Adnan Januzaj, the 24-year-old Belgium international. (Calciomercato)

Arsenal are set to treble Gabriel Martinelli's wages to £30,000 a week to ward off Real Madrid's interest in the 18-year-old Brazilian forward (Mail)

Manchester United are also to treble the wages of their England youth international Angel Gomes, 19, who is out of contract in the summer and has been linked with Chelsea. (Sun)

Manchester United are interested in Shanghai Shenhua's Odion Ighalo, 30, or Leicester's Islam Slimani, 31, who is on loan at Monaco, as they seek striking cover for the injured Marcus Rashford. (Sky Sports)

Lille head coach Christophe Galtier admits he is uncertain if French defender Boubakary Soumare, 20, linked with Manchester United, will still be at the club at the end of the transfer window. (Goal)

Manchester United will recruit a number of first team scouts before the summer transfer window. (Mail)

Former Manchester City, Arsenal and France defender Bacary Sagna is in talks with Nantes. The 36-year-old is a free agent after his contract with Montreal Impact expired. (L'Equipe - in French)

Argentina forward Paulo Dybala, 26, says he was "close to leaving" Juventus in the summer amid interest from Manchester United and Tottenham. (Guardian)

West Ham are considering making a 25m euro (£21m) bid to sign Czech Republic midfielder Tomas Soucek, 24, from Slavia Prague. (Football.London)

Aston Villa remain interested in their former player Christian Benteke, 29, the Crystal Palace and Belgium striker. (Sport Witness)

West Ham have made a bid worth up to £12m for Nottingham Forest's 22-year-old English right-back Matty Cash. (Sky Sports)

Tottenham may be forced to lower their £7m valuation of Victor Wanyama as they struggle to find a buyer for the 28-year-old Kenya midfielder. (Standard)

Liverpool hope to beat Real Madrid and Barcelona to the signing of Benfica's Portugal U19 midfielder Rafael Brito, 18, who has a release clause of £38m. (Record via Star)

West Ham have opened talks with Amiens over a deal to sign 25-year-old French striker Serhou Guirassy. (Sky Sports)

Leeds United are close to completing the signing of French striker Jean-Kevin Augustin. The 22-year-old is currently on loan at Monaco from RB Leipzig but is struggling for game time. (L'Equipe - in French)








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If West Ham sign Serhou Guirassy, surely Albian Ajeti will wave goodbye

By Will Butcher

Sky Sports have claimed that West Ham are in talks to sign Amiens striker Serhou Guirassy with the French club now open to a loan-to-buy deal despite previously wanting a permanent sale – and that is surely bad news for a current Hammers man.

The report states that West Ham are locked in negotiations over a move for the 23-year-old target man, who has netted four goals in 16 Ligue 1 matches for Amiens this season. He was signed for a fee of £5million by Amiens in the summer, from Koln.

The Hammers are after a striker as David Moyes’ side sit in 17th place in the Premier League. They need some fire power to take them from a relegation battle to mid-table obscurity, and Guirassy is being targeted as the man to potentially do that

However, West Ham do have multiple options up front. Sebastian Haller has shown in glimpses why the Hammers splashed an enormous £45million to nab his signature, while Albian Ajeti joined the club as back-up from FC Basel.

Signed for £8million (BBC Sport), 22-year-old Ajeti was seen as a potentially excellent signing given he clocked up 43 goals in 96 outings for the Swiss giants prior to his move to the London Stadium. However, he has struggled with the Hammers.

He has failed to start for West Ham in the Premier League, managing only eight substitute appearances. Sky Sports claimed he was open to a loan exit in January, but has played for two clubs – meaning only a loan to Sweden, Japan or the US is possible.

Similarly, a permanent move would prevent him in the same way but if the Hammers sign Guirassy, Ajeti has got to seriously consider a move – loan or permanent – to a Swedish, Japanese or MLS club.





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Driz 2:32 Sat Jan 25
Re: Saturday newspapers (includes West Ham)
West Ham are locked in negotiations over a move for the 23-year-old target man, who has netted four goals in 16 Ligue 1 matches for Amiens this season. He was signed for a fee of £5million by Amiens

Kill me plz.

Mex Martillo 2:22 Sat Jan 25
Re: Saturday newspapers (includes West Ham)
Thanks Alan 1:41 Sat Jan 25

Thanks Alan 1:41 Sat Jan 25
Re: Saturday newspapers (includes West Ham)
blueeyed.handsomeman 1:34 Sat Jan 25

Queens Fish Bar 1:35 Sat Jan 25
Re: Saturday newspapers (includes West Ham)
Thanks Alan

blueeyed.handsomeman 1:34 Sat Jan 25
Re: Saturday newspapers (includes West Ham)
THanks Alan





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