WHO Poll
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
29%
  
b. Despite the efforts of Moyes and the players, we will stay up by the smallest of margins
45%
  
c. I'm beyond caring & couldn't give two hoots either way
26%
  



Alan 1:00 Fri May 29
Friday newspapers (includes West Ham)
BBC

Leicester have made a long-term contract offer to Liverpool midfielder Adam Lallana. The 32-year-old England international is out of contract at Anfield at the end of June. (Football Insider)

Real Madrid have received no offers for Wales forward Gareth Bale and the 30-year-old is expected to remain at the club for another year. (Marca)

Manchester United and Newcastle are interested in Uruguayan winger Facundo Pellistri. The 18-year-old currently plays for Penarol. (Mail)

Two "top European clubs" have contacted the agent of Chelsea and Italy midfielder Jorginho to discuss the 28-year-old's availability. (Radio Musica Television, via Goal)

Tottenham have been told they can sign Barcelona and Brazil midfielder Philippe Coutinho for a loan fee of around £8m. The 27-year-old is currently on loan at Bayern Munich. (Football Insider)

Galatasaray want to sign Bournemouth winger Ryan Fraser. The Scot, 26, is out of contract and has also been linked with Arsenal and Tottenham. (Daily Record)

Everton will hold talks with defender Djibril Sidibe over extending his loan when the Premier League resumes in June. Frenchman Sidibe, 27, is on loan from AS Monaco until 30 June. (Liverpool Echo)

Shanghai Shenhua have softened their stance on allowing 30-year-old Nigerian striker Odion Ighalo to extend his loan spell at Manchester United. (ESPN)

Arsenal are monitoring Lille and Brazil defender Gabriel. The 22-year-old has a £27m asking price, and is also a target for Everton. (Le10Sport, via Express)

Atalanta have reportedly agreed with Chelsea to make 25-year-old Croatia midfielder Mario Pasalic's loan deal at the Serie A side permanent. (Tuttosport, via Sport Witness)

Paris St-Germain are close to securing a permanent deal for striker Mario Icardi. The Argentine, 27, is on loan at PSG from Inter Milan but his deal ends on 31 May. (Sky Sports)

PSG are also considering a move for Chelsea's Brazilian playmaker Willian. The 31-year-old is likely to be available on a free transfer at the end of the season. (Le10Sport - in French)

Liverpool are likely to play their remaining home games at a neutral venue, should the Premier League resume from 17 June. (Times - subscription required)

Inter Milan will extend former Manchester United defender Ashley Young's contract. The Englishman, 34, joined the Italian club in January on an initial six-month deal. (Telegraph - subscription required)

England forward Jadon Sancho feels the pressure of being linked with a move away from Borussia Dortmund, says team-mate Thomas Delaney. Sancho, 19, has been linked with Manchester United. (ESPN)








This is Futbol

West Brom: Fans react to report on West Ham’s intentions for Grady Diangana

West Brom-focused Twitter account @WBAReport recently posted a tweet sharing some alleged news regarding the future of current Baggies loanee Grady Diangana.

@WBAReport’s post, which cites ‘Claret and Hugh’ as the original source of the alleged news on Diangana, claims that Hammers manager David Moyes “is keen on integrating” Diangana into West Ham’s first-team next season.

Claret and Hugh recently published a report stating that while Baggies boss Slaven Bilic allegedly wants to take the 22-year-old to The Hawthorns on a permanent deal for next season, Moyes is “looking at him to play a major role” for West Ham.

Plenty of Baggies supporters have flocked to this post about Diangana and many of them have been sharing that they aren’t too surprised by West Ham’s reported interest in holding onto him once his loan deal with West Brom expires.


John Russell @Baggiejohn1
Replying to @WBAReport

No surprise.


Chris washbrook @Chriswashbrook1
Replying to @WBAReport

Cant blame him special talent


Craig Scott @19craigscott73
Replying to @WBAReport

I can definitely see why TBF. I wouldn't sell him either.


Some Baggies supporters responded to this post by sharing that they still hope that their side can lure him to The Hawthorns for next season.


Martin Reid @MartinReid1928

Diangana is a West Brom type of player , West Ham won’t know how to use him & they would probably get relegated in a normal season. WBA FC should bid £20-£25 million for him and keep him at Albion as we have a young talented team that plays attractive football..


Sarah ❤ @sarah_WBAx
Replying to @WBAReport

But he's rubbish David, like proper awful, we could take him off you like as a favour


John Askill @JohnAskill
Replying to @WBAReport

If they go down and we go up. He might want to play premier league football.


DortmundSZN 🤝 ( 🏡 ) @DortmundSZN
Replying to @WBAReport

We can still dream though

Danny @DannyRo82570197

Offer them 25mil go all out and get him I’m sure he’d rather be with us then be at that toxic sinking ship club


As per WhoScored, Diangana has scored five goals and provided five assists in his 21 Championship appearances for West Brom during the 2019/20 campaign. He has also earned an impressive average overall rating of 7.15 from his 21 league appearances for the Baggies this term, making him West Brom’s fourth-highest rated player for the 2019/20 Championship season.

With that in mind, it may be fair to say that Diangana has delivered some impressive performances during his time on loan at West Brom this season and it may not come as a surprise that both West Ham and the Baggies are reportedly interested in having him in their ranks next season.









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gph 1:04 Sat May 30
Re: Friday newspapers (includes West Ham)
West Brom-type of player?

West Brom have been tedious for much more of their history than we have.

Slaughtering ManU at Old Trafford might have been impressive, but we've had plenty of moments ourselves.

Of course, they did slaughter ManU at Old Trafford. And then, they did slaughter ManU at Old Trafford...

chiff 9:56 Fri May 29
Re: Friday newspapers (includes West Ham)
Thanks Alan

Mex Martillo 9:42 Fri May 29
Re: Friday newspapers (includes West Ham)
Thanks Alan 1:43 Fri May 29

geoffpikey 3:46 Fri May 29
Re: Friday newspapers (includes West Ham)
Thanks Alan.

Vexed, cheer up. West Brom are better than us, remember, so yeah, we'll take their "fourth best player" back thank you very much.

Sven Roeder 2:31 Fri May 29
Re: Friday newspapers (includes West Ham)
Thanks Alan

The stats I saw showed Diangana being out had a massive effect on WBA’s win percentage
Not sure of the figures for other players
Glad to see he will be back and it’s up to him to work hard and force his way in.
We certainly need more pace in our team

Texas Iron 2:18 Fri May 29
Re: Friday newspapers (includes West Ham)
Cheers...

Vexed 2:16 Fri May 29
Re: Friday newspapers (includes West Ham)
Fourth best west Brom player last season. Forgive me if I dont cum in my pants over his return to the club.

blueeyed.handsomeman 1:48 Fri May 29
Re: Friday newspapers (includes West Ham)
Ted Fenton 01;19 friday 29th may 2020

Thanks Alan 1:43 Fri May 29
Re: Friday newspapers (includes West Ham)
ted fenton 1:19 Fri May 29

ted fenton 1:19 Fri May 29
Re: Friday newspapers (includes West Ham)
Thanks Alan.





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