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Alan 12:03 Mon Mar 23
Monday newspapers (includes West Ham)
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Barcelona are interested in making a summer move for Manchester City's French defender Aymeric Laporte, 25. (Mundo Deportivo - in Spanish)

Paris St-Germain, Real Madrid and Manchester City are considering a summer move for Inter Milan's Slovakian defender Milan Skriniar, 25. (Calciomercato - in Italian)

Kalidou Koulibaly, 28, is ready to leave Napoli in the summer, with Manchester United being linked with the Senegalese centre-back. (Mirror)

Barcelona are willing to sell French forward Antoine Griezmann, 29, for 100m euros this summer - just a year after signing him from Atletico Madrid for 120m euros. (Sport)

Liverpool and Arsenal were monitoring Eintracht Frankfurt's French defender Evan Ndicka, 20, before the season was suspended. (Sky Sports)

Arsenal have been in discussions with medical staff from other Premier League clubs on whether their players should return to training this week. (Mail)

Barcelona are in discussions with their top players over a wage reduction as the club does not foresee being able to cover their wage budget for the rest of the season, which exceeds 1bn euros. (Marca)

Juventus striker Gonzalo Higuain, 32, broke quarantine rules in Italy to be with his cancer-stricken mother in his native Argentina. (Sun)

The father of Real Madrid's Luka Jovic has said the Serbian striker, 22, must accept any punishment - even jail - if he's guilty of breaking quarantine rules to visit his girlfriend in Belgrade. (Marca)

Former Arsenal and Barcelona midfielder Alexander Hleb says "no one cares" about the coronavirus in his native Belarus, the last country still playing top-flight football. (Sun)

West Ham will face stiff opposition from UK Athletics over using London Stadium for matches if the Premier League season goes beyond the end of June. (Times - subscription required)








Star

David Moyes eyes best of British in West Ham summer spending spree

West Ham are looking to strengthen in the summer transfer window with manager David Moyes keen to target British talent after the success of January signing Jarrod Bowen

by Paul Brown

David Moyes wants to buy British this summer and build an exciting young core at West Ham.

The Hammers boss wants to boost the number of homegrown players in his squad and will scour the Championship for signings.

Jarrod Bowen has been a huge hit since his £22m arrival from Hull in January and Moyes is keen to find similar talent.

He already intends to add Grady Diangana and Josh Cullen to his squad when the pair return from loan spells at West Brom and Charlton respectively.

England Under 21 winger Diangana, 21, had five goals and six assists for the Baggies before suffering a hamstring injury.

And Republic of Ireland international midfielder Cullen, 23, has impressed in the engine room at the Valley.

But with skipper Mark Noble turning 33 in May and fears growing that star man Declan Rice may one day have to be sold, Moyes is keen to spend.

The Hammers have splashed out big money on a series of luxury foreign signings in recent windows, including Felipe Anderson, Pablo Fornals, Andriy Yarmolenko and Sebastien Haller.

But Moyes also hopes to be able to call on former Arsenal and England midfielder Jack Wilshere next season once he recovers from his latest injury.
The Hammers are currently 16th in the Premier League, with goal difference keeping them out of the bottom three.

But Moyes is confident they will beat the drop if and when the season resumes and has already begun planning ahead.

He wants an overhaul of the club’s much-criticised scouting network and more input into the overall transfer policy.











Replies - Newest Posts First (Show In Chronological Order)

Side of Ham 6:23 Mon Mar 23
Re: Monday newspapers (includes West Ham)
.....and with all that bionic technology the cunt only wants to be a tumble dryer.....

Texas Iron 3:21 Mon Mar 23
Re: Monday newspapers (includes West Ham)
Cheers...

eusebiovic 2:41 Mon Mar 23
Re: Monday newspapers (includes West Ham)
"But Moyes also hopes to be able to call on former Arsenal and England midfielder Jack Wilshere next season once he recovers from his latest injury"

Jack Wilshere - The Six Million Dollar Man

We CAN rebuild him

Coffee 2:17 Mon Mar 23
Re: Monday newspapers (includes West Ham)
geoffpikey 1:09 Mon Mar 23

What distance do you have to stand to self-isolate from WHO's hyperbole? Would 50 miles do it?

Thanks, Alan.

Westham67 1:09 Mon Mar 23
Re: Monday newspapers (includes West Ham)
Thanks Alan

Wilshire ??

geoffpikey 1:09 Mon Mar 23
Re: Monday newspapers (includes West Ham)
"Jarrod Bowen has been a huge hit...". !!!

FOMB. 1 goal and a mazy run = next level already.


* self-isolates from hyperbole, panic buys overstatement and wipes arse with website.*

Thanks Alan!

Moncurs Putting Iron 12:55 Mon Mar 23
Re: Monday newspapers (includes West Ham)
*Stands 2 metres from Screen*

Thanks Alan.

ted fenton 12:44 Mon Mar 23
Re: Monday newspapers (includes West Ham)
Thanks Alan 12:04 Mon Mar 23

blueeyed.handsomeman 12:43 Mon Mar 23
Re: Monday newspapers (includes West Ham)
THankYou Alan

Fivetide 12:11 Mon Mar 23
Re: Monday newspapers (includes West Ham)
Thanks Alan

Thanks Alan 12:04 Mon Mar 23
Re: Monday newspapers (includes West Ham)
Thanks Alan





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