WHO Poll
Q: 2020/2021 Where will we finish up this season?
a. Top Four, Champions League here we come
9%
  
b. 5th-7th Europa League is well within our grasp
10%
  
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
24%
  
e. GSB have derailed our season before a ball has been kicked, the Championship beckons
26%
  



Alan 2:03 Tue Mar 23
Tuesday newspapers (includes West Ham)
BBC

Southampton striker Danny Ings, 28, could be a target for Manchester City as as a potential successor to Sergio Aguero. (Sky Sports)

Liverpool could benefit if Southampton do sell Ings as the Reds inserted a 20% sell-on clause in the deal when they sold the England international to them. (Mirror)

Manchester United could offer 23-year-old midfielder Donny van de Beek as a makeweight in potential dealings this summer. (90 min)

Newcastle United boss Steve Bruce is to give his players six days off, and some of his players are surprised the Magpies boss received support from the club as they battle relegation. (Mail)

Zambia forward Patson Daka, 22, who has scored 20 goals in 18 games at Red Bull Salzburg this season, is attracting interest from Manchester United, Manchester City, Liverpool and Arsenal. (Mail)

Wolves have their set sights on signing Sevilla's Argentina winger Lucas Ocampos, 26, for less than his £62m release clause. (Football Insider)

Arsenal believe Norway midfielder Martin Odegaard, 22, may be open to staying with them beyond the end of his loan spell from Real Madrid, which runs until the end of the season. (Times - subscription required)

Brazil defender Thiago Silva, 36, is set to extend his contract with Chelsea by another year. (Express)

Turkish side Galatasaray have offered Crystal Palace's 30-year-old defender Patrick van Aanholt the chance to join them next season. (Mail)

AC Milan have reportedly joined Tottenham in the race to sign Fiorentina striker Dusan Vlahovic, 21, this summer. (La Reppublica via Teamtalk)

France defender Raphael Varane says he would like to be joined by Paris St-Germain striker Kylian Mbappe, 22, at Real Madrid, a player he considers to be "one of the best in European football". (Europe1 via Goal)

Aston Villa are planning to listen to offers in the summer transfer window for 24-year-old forward Wesley. (Football Insider)

Adam Armstrong, 24, is being perused by his former club Newcastle who are keen to bring the striker back to St James' Park from Blackburn Rovers. (Teamtalk)

Inter Milan are considering a move for Liverpool's Belgian striker Divock Origi, 25, to bolster their attacking line-up. (Calcio Mercato - in Italian)

Lyon midfielder Houssem Aouar, 22, is nearing a move to Juventus in the summer. (FourFourTwo via Tuttosport)






4th Official

West Ham United In The Running To Land This Juventus Midfielder: What Will He Add To Moyes’ Side?

Calciomercato has recently stated that West Ham United are in the running to land Juventus midfielder Aaron Ramsey. It has been reported that the Welsh midfield ace is eyeing a return to the Premier League and fancies a move to West Ham along with Liverpool despite being under contract at the Allianz Stadium until the summer of 2023 (via Calciomercato).
Ramsey’s Season At The Allianz Stadium So Far

It has been a season of mixed emotions for the 30-year-old as he has missed some key fixtures because of multiple injuries. He is currently sidelined with a thigh problem but deserves some praise for scoring a couple of goals and securing five assists across all fronts.

Ramsey has done well to influence the game in both halves based on his average of 1.0 tackles, 1.3 shots, 1.5 key passes and 0.5 dribbles per game in Serie A football this season. The former Premier League midfield ace has been careful when distributing the ball, as evidenced by his pass completion rate of 86.6% in the Italian top-flight (stats via whoscored).

The Welshman has struggled to establish himself as a top performer for Juve this season, so he might be tempted if given an opportunity to seal a move back to the Premier League, where he has previously enjoyed a fruitful spell during his time at Arsenal.

What Will The Wales International Add To David Moyes’ Side?

Ramsey can still be a joy to watch when he is given the freedom to express himself as a box to box midfielder. He is a good dribbler with the ball and can make some encouraging sprints towards the opponent’s penalty box. The 61-time Wales international can read the game well and excels at playing a wide variety of passes from midfield. However, he has to figure out a way to be more productive in the attacking third if he intends to rediscover himself as a world-class player in Europe.

A midfield of Ramsey’s experience and skill set could be a massive coup for the Hammers if they can convince the player to make a switch to the London Stadium in this off-season. At 30, the Welsh sensation has still got plenty of football left in his locker as long as he can keep himself fit for regular first-team football in the coming seasons.

Ramsey has all the attributes required to be a success story at East London and could form a great midfield partnership with Declan Rice and Tomas Soucek in the upcoming campaign. However, his poor injury-record makes him a risky option for Moyes to consider during the summer transfer period.












Replies - Newest Posts First (Show In Chronological Order)

Thanks Alan 2:21 Tue Mar 23
Re: Tuesday newspapers (includes West Ham)
bill green 2:10 Tue Mar 23

PwoperNaughtyButNot 2:17 Tue Mar 23
Re: Tuesday newspapers (includes West Ham)
I’d rather Henry Ramsey and then we keep are Czech one too

Vexed 2:14 Tue Mar 23
Re: Tuesday newspapers (includes West Ham)
Ramsey wouldn't quite be as bad as the Wilshere signing but it'd be same ballpark. Obviously a player when fit, but he's broken.

bill green 2:10 Tue Mar 23
Re: Tuesday newspapers (includes West Ham)
ted fenton 2:08 Tue Mar 23

Aaron Ramsey jeez

ted fenton 2:08 Tue Mar 23
Re: Tuesday newspapers (includes West Ham)
Thanks Alan.





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