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 12:32 Sun Jul 19
Sunday newspapers (includes West Ham)

Tottenham's pursuit of Southampton's Danish midfielder Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg, 24, has cast doubts on the future of homegrown England midfielder Harry Winks, 24, at the club. (Sunday Mirror)

Manchester United's English forward Mason Greenwood, 18, will earn a new Old Trafford deal worth £40,000 a week - just nine months after he signed his last. (Sun on Sunday)

Aston Villa assistant coach John Terry is being considered by Bristol City to become their next manager after first-choice Steven Gerrard turned down a move to the Championship side. (Sunday Express)

Arsenal are willing to meet the £40m release clause for Sporting Lisbon's Portugal U17 forward Joelson Fernandes, 17, who is also attracting interest from Barcelona and Juventus. (A Bola - in Portuguese)

Sheffield United boss Chris Wilder says the signing of goalkeeper Wes Foderingham, 29, does not mean Dean Henderson will be leaving the club and remains hopeful of keeping the 23-year-old on loan from Manchester United for another season. (Mail on Sunday)

Meanwhile, Wilder says clubs will have to pay big money to lure away his stars despite admitting the Blades are still a "selling club". (Examiner)

Chelsea have yet to decide whether to make a move for Henderson. (Sunday Express)

Leeds chief executive Angus Kinnear says the club's owners will meet manager Marcelo Bielsa next week to discuss a new contract and work on transfer targets for their return to the Premier League next season. (Sunday Express)

Kinnear says Leeds will have rivals as they bid to sign Brighton's 22-year-old Ben White on a permanent deal. The English centre-back has been on loan at the Championship champions this season. (Yorkshire Evening Post)

Zenit St Petersburg are willing to offer around £9m for Liverpool defender Dejan Lovren, 31, but the English champions are likely to demand around £15m for the Croatia international. (Mail on Sunday)

Villarreal have confirmed Santi Cazorla has chosen not to extend his contract with the club, amid speculation the Spanish midfielder, 35, could return to Arsenal in a coaching capacity. (Sunday Mirror)

Borussia Dortmund have placed a £115m price tag on Jadon Sancho, 20, but the England winger, linked with Manchester United, has refused to rule out leaving the German club. (Sunday Express)

Manchester City are in talks with Brazilian side Gremio over a £4.5m deal for 17-year-old midfielder Diego Rosa. (Mail on Sunday)

QPR's English midfielder Bright Osayi-Samuel, 22, is set for a medical at Club Bruges after the clubs agreed a £4.75m fee. (Mail on Sunday)

Newcastle will make a final plea over the next week for Matty Longstaff to sign a new contract. The 20-year-old midfielder agreed a temporary extension to see him through until the end of the delayed campaign but when that expires he will become a free agent. (Independent)

Magpies manager Steve Bruce says the club's summer transfer budget will be affected by the coronavirus pandemic. (Newcastle Chronicle)

Everton manager Carlo Ancelotti is confident he will be backed by the club's board in the summer transfer window after saying his squad needs improvement. (Sky Sports)

Under-fire Barcelona coach Quique Setien will stay in charge for next month's Champions League last-16 second-leg tie with Napoli after talks with president Josep Maria Bartomeu. (Evening Standard)

Barcelona's dressing room wants former Dutch striker Patrick Kluivert to take over as coach. (Mundo Deportivo - in Spanish)

Northern Ireland international Kyle Lafferty, 32, a free agent after leaving Sunderland at the end of the season, is in advanced talks with newly promoted Serie B side Reggina. (Sky Sports)


Alan Nixon: West Ham United manager David Moyes scouted Wigan Athletic’s Antonee Robinson yesterday

West Ham United manager David Moyes was spotted at the Championship clash between Charlton Athletic and Wigan Athletic yesterday.

The Hammers boss was definitely on a scouting mission with some of the players involved in the clash on the club’s radar ahead of the summer transfer window.

The Sun journalist Alan Nixon was asked who Moyes was running the rule over at The Valley and he confirmed that it was United States international left-back Antonee Robinson.

The Guardian reported earlier this month that West Ham are monitoring the 22-year-old, and Moyes was keen to scout him personally.

Robinson almost joined AC Milan in January in a £10 million deal before it fell through due to medical issues, and they are possibly still keeping tabs on him.

The Wigan star has also been linked with Leicester City and West Bromwich Albion, and he could be available for just £1.5million due to a relegation release clause.

West Ham need a top left-back ahead of the new campaign having secured their top-flight status, and Robinson could be their man.

The American recorded an assist in yesterday’s 2-2 draw, and his electric pace and attacking abilities definitely caught Moyes’ eyes.

The Hammers could do with a quality upgrade on 30-year-old Aaron Cresswell, and Robinson will be a fine cover and competition before eventually replacing the England international.

All Nigeria Soccer

Napoli Join West Ham, Everton In Race To Sign Former Chelsea Defender

Napoli have contacted Torino over the availability of Chelsea Academy product Ola Aina in the summer transfer window, according to reports.

Tuttomercatoweb citing the print edition of Corriere dello Sport says Gli Azzurri are in the market for a fullback and have identified Aina as top transfer target because of his flexibility and the ability to play on both wings.

Torino are willing to sell the versatile defender before the close of the transfer window provided his asking price is met by his suitors.

Aina joined Torino on a permanent deal last summer after impressing whilst on loan with the club during the 2018-2019 season.

The former England U19 skipper, who is now cap-tied to Nigeria, is also on the radar of Premier League duo Everton and West Ham United.

He is an international teammate of Victor Osimhen, who is on the verge of joining Napoli.


FC Nantes: The offer of an English club expected?

Captain of FC Nantes, Abdoulaye Touré will not be retained if a good offer arrives. In England, West Ham is watching him ...

With the FC Nantes armband around his arm, Abdoulaye Touré looks great. At 22, the midfielder embodies the freshness of the new Gourcuff project and its ambitions. But the kid is hungry and he knows that his future hinges on a challenge abroad.

West Ham Shortlist

Last winter, when English clubs tried to adjust their squads, Abdoulaye Touré was part of West Ham’s plans. The Hammers did not send an offer but it is not excluded that they will return this summer. And if the people of Nantes receive a nice amount, Touré will not be retained very long.


Bayern Munich closing in on West Ham United’s Benicio Baker-Boaitey

According to The Sun, West Ham United teenage winger Benicio Baker-Boaitey is set to join Bayern Munich in the coming days.

The 16-year-old will not be signing a professional deal with the London Stadium outfit when he turns 17 in January as he is set to move on instead.

Baker-Boaitey is off to Germany this week for talks with the Bundesliga giants while another Champions League club have invited him to come inspect their facilities as they look to convince him.

West Ham will have to settle for a £230,000 training compensation fees in what is set to be a major blow.

Manchester United, Liverpool and Paris Saint-Germain have all sent scouts to watch the teenage winger, but it’s Bayern that appear to have won the race for his signature.

Baker-Boaitey has been with the Hammers since his schoolboy days, but he no longer sees his future at the club and is keen to join the English kids moving abroad to ply their trades.

He began his youth career at Queens Park Rangers before joining West Ham and making his debut for the under-18s just after turning 15.

RB Leipzig and Barcelona have also been linked with Baker-Boaitey, and the Hammers just didn’t have a chance of holding on to the England youth international given the type of clubs he was starting to attract.

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With Kind Regards 11:59 Sun Jul 19
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Mex Martillo 10.06

Mex Martillo 10:06 Sun Jul 19
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ted fenton 2:52 Sun Jul 19

Texas Iron 6:20 Sun Jul 19
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ted fenton 2:52 Sun Jul 19
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Thanks Alan 12:39 Sun Jul 19

Mr. Burns 1:42 Sun Jul 19
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Thanks Al. Think Moyes was also watching QPR left back Ryan Manning.

blueeyed.handsomeman 1:35 Sun Jul 19
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THankYou Alan,
You SIR are a Claret and Blue DIAMOND

geoffpikey 1:29 Sun Jul 19
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Good work Alan. Thanks.

Alan 1:07 Sun Jul 19
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Baker-Boaitey story added.

blueeyed.handsomeman 1:05 Sun Jul 19
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Bill, 12;52. sunday 19th july 2020

Sven Roeder 12:52 Sun Jul 19
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The Charlton game was a 12.30 kick off so could watch an hour or so and get across to QPR for a 3 o’clock kick off
Hope this is true and he IS taking the chance to look at players live.
I always think you can tell a player isn’t up to it in 15 mins (2 mins for Roberto) but if you see something you want to watch them in 2 or 3 games at least.

bill green 12:52 Sun Jul 19
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Crassus 12:42 Sun Jul 19

Crassus 12:42 Sun Jul 19
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Thanks Alan
According to the wireless, Moyes was also at QPR yesterday, speculated he was watching Eze

Thanks Alan 12:39 Sun Jul 19
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Sven Roeder 12:34 Sun Jul 19

gph 12:36 Sun Jul 19
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Thanks, Alan

Sven Roeder 12:34 Sun Jul 19
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Thanks Alan

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