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

Alan 11:57 Mon Jun 22
Monday newspapers (includes West Ham)

Chelsea could turn their attentions to Paris St-Germain's French left-back Layvin Kurzawa, 27, if they are unable to sign Leicester's England international Ben Chilwell, 23. (Express)

Liverpool have made a £54m bid for Napoli and Senegal defender Kalidou Koulibaly. The 29-year-old is also interesting Manchester United and Chelsea. (Corriere dello Sport)

Barcelona have been linked with Inter Milan striker Lautaro Martinez, 22, but the Italian's club's chief executive Giuseppe Marotta says the Argentina international "has never expressed the desire to leave". (Sky Sports Italia, via Mail)

Barcelona have opened negotiations over a new two-year deal for Argentina playmaker Lionel Messi, who turns 33 on Wednesday. (Marca)

Juventus are willing to offer two Italy internationals - defender Daniele Rugani, 25, and winger Federico Bernardeschi, 26 - to Wolves in an attempt to lower the cost of a deal for Mexico striker Raul Jimenez, 29. (Tuttosport)

Roma could extend England defender Chris Smalling's loan deal from Manchester United for another season - with an option to buy him at the end of it - as talks continue over the 30-year-old's future. (Tele Radio Stereo, via Football Italia)

Roma have offered Tottenham's Belgium defender Jan Vertonghen, 33, a two-year deal with the option of a third season. (Il Messaggero, via Mail)

Turkish side Fenerbahce are planning a fundraising campaign among their fans to try to help sign former Germany playmaker Mesut Ozil, 31, from Arsenal. (Fotospor, via Star)

Arsenal boss Mikel Arteta could consider a free transfer move for 33-year-old England keeper Joe Hart, who will be released by Burnley at the end of the month, after German keeper Bernd Leno, 28, suffered an injury against Brighton. (Express)

Leeds United's hopes of signing Argentine keeper Emiliano Martinez, 27, from Arsenal may have suffered a blow following the injury to Leno. (Express)

Former Brazil international Ronaldo says Real Valladolid will "open their doors" to Chile international Alexis Sanchez if the 31-year-old does not succeed at Inter Milan, where he is on loan from Manchester United. (Mirror)

Everton have joined the race to sign Real Valladolid defender Mohammed Salisu, 21. The Ghanaian, who has a £10.8m release clause in his contract, is also interesting Southampton and Manchester United. (Mail)

Everton and France midfielder Morgan Schneiderlin, 30, is set to leave Goodison Park after passing a medical at French Ligue 1 side Nice. (Sky Sports)

PFC Slavia Sofia say an agreement has been reached for Manchester City to complete the signing of Bulgarian midfielder Filip Krastev, 18. (Manchester Evening News)

A Birmingham City official gave up their seat to allow Jude Bellingham's mum to watch their Championship game at West Brom. The English midfielder, 16, is wanted by Manchester United and Borussia Dortmund. (Mail)

Football London

Haller, Ogbonna - latest West Ham injury news and return dates ahead of Spurs fixture

West Ham were without three key players for the defeat to Wolves as the Premier League returned behind closed doors last week

By Sam Inkersole

Only at West Ham could they have three months without any competitive action and in the final week before making their return, suffer three key injuries.

Angelo Ogbonna and Sebastien Haller were both ruled out for the Hammers’ sluggish defeat to Wolves on Saturday, the visitors netting twice in the final 15 minutes to seal three points and put immediate pressure on West Ham in their fight for survival.

Centre back Ogbonna had been an injury doubt prior to the game as he sat out both warm-up friendlies with what we now know is a hamstring problem.

Haller, who had scored in the two friendlies a week previously, was ruled out with a hip injury as Michail Antonio replaced him up front.

Another absentee was Robert Snodgrass, who has suffered two injuries since the return to training amid the Covid-19 pandemic and is set to be out for an extended period. Arthur Masuaku was also ruled out of the Wolves game through injury.

It’s a quick turnaround for David Moyes’ side, who make the short trip to north London on Tuesday night to face Spurs in a big London derby and a game which, again, sees the Hammers searching for a much-needed win.

Here is the latest Hammers injury news ahead of the visit to Jose Mourinho’s team on Tuesday and some potential return dates for the players.

Angelo Ogbonna

Type of injury: Hamstring

Date of injury: June 8

Potential return date: July 1

Comments: “Angelo had picked up a hamstring injury very early but Angelo isn't too far away. He'll be in and around for the coming games with a bit of luck.”

Sebastien Haller

Type of injury: Hip

Date of injury: June 13

Potential return date: July 1

Comments: “We lost Haller on Wednesday, he got nudged and twisted his hip.”

Robert Snodgrass

Type of injury: Back and twisted ankle

Date of injury: In training

Potential return date: N/A

Comments: "Snodgrass felt his back and we think there might be a disk problem there in his back.”

Arthur Masuaku

Type of injury: Twisted ankle

Date of injury: In training

Potential return date: July 1

Comments: “Even Arthur had twisted his ankle in training. We were all fine until about last week.”

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Jasnik 10:12 Mon Jun 22
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twisted ankle , twisted hip, twisted back our player have got to stop doing the twist.

Texas Iron 3:18 Mon Jun 22
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ted fenton 1:10 Mon Jun 22
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blueeyed.handsomeman 12:35 Mon Jun 22

blueeyed.handsomeman 12:35 Mon Jun 22
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THanks Alan, 12;12 monday 22nd june 2020

Thanks Alan 12:20 Mon Jun 22
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Sven Roeder 12:12 Mon Jun 22

Sven Roeder 12:12 Mon Jun 22
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Thanks Alan

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