WHO Poll
Q: 2020/2021 Where will we finish up this season?
a. Top Four, Champions League here we come
8%
  
b. 5th-7th Europa League is well within our grasp
5%
  
c. 8th to 14th anywhere in mid table is about right
31%
  
d. We're in a dog fight before a ball has been kicked and we'll do well to finish 17th or just above
27%
  
e. GSB have derailed our season before a ball has been kicked, the Championship beckons
29%
  



Alan 1:22 Sun Jan 10
Sunday newspapers (includes West Ham)
BBC

Inter Milan want to take Manchester United and England midfielder Jesse Lingard, 28, on loan - but only if they can off-load Denmark midfielder Christian Eriksen, 28. (Sunday Mirror)

United's France midfielder Paul Pogba is wanted by new Paris St-Germain manager Mauricio Pochettino who is keen to build his team around the 27-year-old. (Daily Star Sunday)

Chelsea are ready to join the chase for RB Leipzig's France defender Dayot Upamecano, 22. (Mail on Sunday)

The Bundesliga side say they will continue to sell their best players and Manchester United, who want to sign a central defender, and are still keen on Upamecano. (Manchester Evening News)

Midfielder Mesut Ozil will offer Arsenal the chance to get him out of the club this month by spreading payment of the rest of his £350,000-a-week contract over the next three years, with the 32-year-old German hoping for a move to Turkish side Fenerbahce. (Sun on Sunday)

West Ham United's England midfielder Declan Rice, 21, would prefer to stay in London and has no interest in joining Manchester United, leaving Chelsea as his most likely destination. (Sunday Mirror)

The Hammers have been offered the chance to sign Red Bull Salzburg's £25m-rated Zambian striker Patson Daka, 22, as a replacement for Ivory Coast international Sebastien Haller, who has joined Ajax. (Sunday Mirror)

West Ham are preparing a £30m bid for Watford and Senegal striker Ismaila Sarr, 22. (Sun on Sunday)

David Moyes' Hammers are also pondering a loan move for Real Madrid's Spanish-Dominican forward Mariano Diaz, 27. (Mail on Sunday)

Arsenal midfielder Lucas Torreira could be on his way to Fiorentina, with the 24-year-old Uruguayan's loan spell at Atletico Madrid not working out as planned. (Mundo Deportivo - in Spanish)

Ligue 1 side Nice are open to signing the Gunners' William Saliba permanently in the summer after a promising start to the 19-year-old French defender's loan spell. (Sun on Sunday)

Aston Villa are considering a move for Bournemouth and Wales midfielder David Brooks, 23. (Sunday Mirror)

Everton are discussing a swap deal with Bournemouth that would see Norway forward Joshua King, 28, head to Goodison Park. The Cherries are interested in either Toffees centre-half Jarrad Branthwaite, 18, or right-back Jonjoe Kenny, 23, moving the other way. (Sun on Sunday)

Manchester United have decided against signing 19-year-old Ecuadorian midfielder Moises Caicedo, but the Independiente del Valle player remains a target for Brighton. (Sky Sports)

Lyon's French striker Moussa Dembele, 24, has turned down the chance of a move to West Ham in the January transfer window. (Football Insider)

The Frenchman, who previously played with Celtic, is believed to be close to joining Atletico Madrid. (Marca - in Spanish)

Manchester City's Brazilian midfielder Fernandinho, whose contract at the Etihad runs out at the end of the season, has offers to consider from his home country Brazil and across Europe according to the 35-year-old's agent. (Goal)

City's Republic of Ireland Under-19s defender Timi Sobowale, 18 is wanted by Major League Soccer side Real Salt Lake City. (Mail on Sunday)

Jamaica and former Manchester United,West Ham and Lazio midfielder Ravel Morrison, 27, has had his one-year contract at Dutch side ADO Den Haag terminated after just four months. (Talksport)

Genoa face competition from Spanish side Real Betis for Arsenal's Greek centre-back Sokratis, 32. (Tutto Mercato, via Inside Futbol)

Roy Keane wants to return to management. The former Manchester United and Republic of Ireland midfielder has been focusing on punditry since leaving his role as assistant manager at Nottingham Forest in 2019. (Sun on Sunday)







Sun

West Ham preparing huge £30m transfer raid on Watford for Ismaila Sarr as David Moyes looks to ease striker crisis

Exclusive Alan Nixon

WEST HAM are ready to make a £30million bid for Watford’s Senegalese speed merchant Ismaila Sarr.

Boss David Moyes needs a new forward after the sale of Sebastian Haller has left Michail Antonio as their only out and out striker.

Sarr - who can play out wide or down the middle - stayed with the Hornets after relegation and Crystal Palace had an offer for him of £25m plus extras rejected on deadline day.

But SunSport understands West Ham are prepared to top those numbers and test Watford.

The 22-year-old hoped for Liverpool and Manchester United but they have not joined the auction at any stage, so it will come down to West Ham or a second move by Palace this window.

And Moyes admitted the Irons may have to play without a striker at all if they cannot land a new front man.

Asked how vital signing some soon was, the Hammers boss said: “Unless you do what Man City does, play without a number nine and you actually play even better than you’ve ever played before.

“You get in a situation, you play with a false nine and you can do that.

“You have to start being creative and certainly Pep [Guardiola] has been that with what he’s done at Man City, and who knows if we don’t have anybody, we will need to start being creative ourselves here.”

The Hammers are also considering Polish striker Krzysztof Piatek with Hertha Berlin willing to loan him with a view to a buy after a mixed time in the Bundesliga.

But with the side currently 10th in the Premier League, Moyes smarts at the idea of taking the cup seriously by fielding a strong side against Stockport on Monday.

He added: “You take it as an insult when someone says are you going to go for the Cup this year. Every year I’ve gone for the Cup, never once have I not gone for it.

“Nothing will give me more pleasure than winning the cup.

“Sometimes you go up against better teams, and yes, you do need to use your squad players and yes sometimes we need to use other players but all our first team players will be there.

“We might need to fill one or two spaces with some young players, but apart from that we will be going with all our players.”





Mirror

West Ham eye Red Bull Salzburg star Patson Daka as Sebastien Haller replacement

Haller was allowed to join Ajax for £20.25million on Friday and boss David Moyes is now looking at alternative options, with Daka a target for the Premier League side

By Tom Hopkinson

West Ham are being offered the chance to sign £25million-rated RB Salzburg striker Patson Daka as a replacement for Sebastien Haller.



Frenchman Haller was allowed to join Ajax for £20.25million on Friday and boss David Moyes is now looking at alternative options.

Daka, 22, has scored 10 goals in 14 games this season, including two in the Champions League, and the Zambian, whose agent is former West Ham and Tottenham striker Freddie Kanoute, is keen to move to the Premier League.

The Zambian has the physical and technical attributes to succeed in English football and David Moyes could help him fulfil his potential at the London club.

Daka can play as a wide forward as well and he seems like a good fit alongside Michail Antonio on paper.

But Moyes, whose side take on Stockport in the FA Cup on Monday, insists he will only make a signing if he is certain it is the right thing to do and, if no one fits the bill, he could well take a leaf out of Pep Guardiola’s book.




Mail

West Ham are exploring a loan deal for out-of-favour Real Madrid attacker Mariano Diaz in search for Sebastian Haller's replacement following £22m exit

West Ham are exploring a deal for out-of-favour Real Madrid striker Mariano Diaz
The 27-year-old has only made six appearances this season and wants a loan
Mariano would prefer a move to London and Moyes' formation suits his style

By DEREK HUNTER



West Ham are exploring a deal for Real Madrid forward Mariano Diaz.

The 27-year-old has only made six appearances this season and is open to a loan move.

The former Lyon striker was discussed by West Brom last summer but would prefer a move to London and Moyes' formation suits his style.

West Ham sold Sebastien Haller to Ajax last week and have discussed targets such as Josh King of Bournemouth and Abdallah Sima from Slavia Prague but Mariano could join on loan if the player agrees to leave Madrid.

The Hammers did receive a £22million fee for Haller that could see them re-invest in a new striker, but a loan deal would also work the Moyes.

The Spanish side are also trying to sell Luka Jovic.











Replies - Newest Posts First (Show In Chronological Order)

blindman 11:36 Sun Jan 10
Re: Sunday newspapers (includes West Ham)
At least those two blokes smile.

And thanks Alan.

Texas Iron 3:53 Sun Jan 10
Re: Sunday newspapers (includes West Ham)
Cheers,,,y

With Kind Regards 3:49 Sun Jan 10
Re: Sunday newspapers (includes West Ham)
Thank you Alan.

DukeofDevo 3:19 Sun Jan 10
Re: Sunday newspapers (includes West Ham)
Thanks for this Alan

I like the sound of the Madrid loan and Kanoutes protege from Austria

Alwaysaniron 3:01 Sun Jan 10
Re: Sunday newspapers (includes West Ham)
Thanks Al, I think the world and his wife will be associated with us now they know we're looking for a striker...

ted fenton 2:00 Sun Jan 10
Re: Sunday newspapers (includes West Ham)
Mex Martillo 1:51 Sun Jan 10

Mex Martillo 1:51 Sun Jan 10
Re: Sunday newspapers (includes West Ham)
Thanks Alan 1:30 Sun Jan 10

Sniper 1:32 Sun Jan 10
Re: Sunday newspapers (includes West Ham)
Thanks Alan

Enjoy your Sundays everyone

Thanks Alan 1:30 Sun Jan 10
Re: Sunday newspapers (includes West Ham)
Thanks Alan





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