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Alan 1:16 Tue Apr 21
Tuesday newspapers (includes West Ham)

Manchester United will not be able to buy a player as expensive as Tottenham's England striker Harry Kane, 26, as they rethink their transfer strategy because of financial uncertainty caused by coronavirus. (Guardian)

Tottenham manager Jose Mourinho has made Wolves' Mexico striker Raul Jimenez, 28, a target to replace Kane if the England captain leaves. (Star)

Manchester United are favourites with the bookmakers to sign Tottenham's Kane and Borussia Dortmund's 20-year-old England winger Jadon Sancho. (Evening Standard)

Former Liverpool midfielder and manager Graeme Souness has warned Manchester United they risk having their "trousers taken down" if they have agreed a deal with Sancho behind Dortmund's back. (Mirror)

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Paris St-Germain's 21-year-old France forward Kylian Mbappe, who has been linked with a £250m move to Real Madrid, could be worth as little as 40m euros (£35m) because of the coronavirus pandemic, according to a former member of the European Parliament. (Mirror)

Atletico Madrid's Ghana midfielder Thomas Partey is a target for Arsenal boss Mikel Arteta, but the Spanish club believe they can tie the 26-year-old down to a new contract. (Express)

Arsenal could be priced out of a deal for Thomas Partey after Atletico Madrid offered him a new five-year deal which would double his salary and increase the value of his release clause. (Guardian)

Manchester City have been tipped to join the race for Arsenal striker Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, with Barcelona, Inter Milan and Real Madrid also interested in the 30-year-old, who is out of contract in the summer of 2021. (Express)

Manchester United have ended their interest in 28-year-old Real Madrid and Colombia midfielder James Rodriguez, but Arsenal and Everton are both interested. (Sky Sports, via Sun)

Manchester City midfielder David Silva, 34, is in talks with former club Valencia as his contract is set to expire on 30 June, but the deal has been complicated by the coronavirus pandemic. (ESPN via Manchester Evening News)

Manchester City's David Silva has named four Manchester United players in the side of the best opponents he has faced in his time in England - Ryan Giggs, Paul Scholes and the Neville brothers, Gary and Phil. (Mirror)

Manchester United fans eager to see next season's kit may have been done a favour by Barcelona, who appear to have accidentally leaked it via an online game of Pro Evolution Soccer. (Sun)

Chelsea are set to miss out on Porto left-back Alex Telles, with Paris St-Germain set to buy the 27-year-old for £21.8m. The Blues will turn their attention to Leicester's 23-year-old Englishman Ben Chilwell as a result. (Gauchazh via Sun)

Napoli's 28-year-oldcentre-back Kalidou Koulibaly, who is a target for Manchester City and has also been linked with Paris St-Germain, says he is more interested in a move to England. (Le10Sport via Sports Illustrated)

Newcastle manager Steve Bruce will be given until the end of the season to prove to the prospective new owners that he can deliver European football, with ex-Tottenham boss Mauricio Pochettino being linked to the Magpies job. (Sun)


West Ham keen on Joaquin Correa

West Ham have been linked with a move for the Lazio attacker Joaquin Correa.

As per Calciomercato (translated by Sportwitness), the Hammers have made a move for the 25-year-old but their offer has been knocked back.

The Italian side are not prepared to sell the player this summer.

Correa has done well for Lazio so far and he has eight goals and five assists to his name this season.

West Ham could use another quality attacker and Correa could be a superb signing for them.

Haller has struggled to carry West Ham’s attack all by himself this season. It is evident that the former Bundesliga ace needs some help.

He has been isolated up front more often than not this season.

If Moyes can bring in another quality attacker who can contribute creatively as well, it could really help someone like Haller flourish.

It will be interesting to see if West Ham return with an improved proposal for Correa in the coming weeks.

The Italian side are under no pressure to sell and therefore it has to be a stunning offer from the Hammers.

Correa has a contract until 2024 and he won’t come cheap.

Furthermore, the player is enjoying his football in Lazio and he might not be keen on the move either.

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Jasnik 1:43 Wed Apr 22
Re: Tuesday newspapers (includes West Ham)
If Moyes can bring in another quality attacker -- who's the first one?

chiff 6:35 Tue Apr 21
Re: Tuesday newspapers (includes West Ham)
Thanks Alan

blueeyed.handsomeman 3:41 Tue Apr 21
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THankYou Alan

Sven Roeder 2:36 Tue Apr 21
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Thanks Alan

Sorry, just flabbergasted by David Silva naming Phil ‘Phil’ Neville in his team of premier league opponents

Texas Iron 1:58 Tue Apr 21
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gph 1:22 Tue Apr 21
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Surely Haller's been isolated because of the way we play, not because of the available personnel.

Thanks Alan 1:17 Tue Apr 21
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Thanks Alan

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