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

Alan 12:41 Sun Apr 4
Sunday newspapers (includes West Ham)

Manchester United's Spain midfielder Juan Mata, 32, is set to be offered a new one-year deal at the club. (Daily Star Sunday)

Head of football Sebastian Kehl has admitted Borussia Dortmund may reach a point where they are unable to keep hold of 20-year-old Norway striker Erling Braut Haaland. (Goal)

Haaland has overtaken Barcelona's Argentine striker Lionel Messi, 33, as Manchester City's top transfer target despite manager Pep Guardiola saying the club are unlikely to buy a replacement for Messi's departing compatriot Sergio Aguero, 32. (Sunday Mirror)

Haaland is believed to want to move to Real Madrid but the Spanish side will not make an offer for the player and will wait for him to make the first move and signal his departure from Dortmund. (AS - in Spanish)

Arsenal may have to consider selling young stars such as England winger Bukayo Saka, 19, to raise the funds to sign Real Madrid's Norway midfielder Martin Odegaard, 22, permanently, as well as other new players to overhaul the squad. (Sunday Times - subscription required)

Manchester United will have to hand top earner David de Gea a huge pay-off with the 30-year-old Spanish goalkeeper set to leave Old Trafford in the summer. (Sunday Mirror)

Paris St-Germain and Argentina striker Mauro Icardi, 28 is emerging as a target for Manchester United as a long-term replacement for compatriot Edinson Cavani, 34. (Teamtalk)

Everton are interested in signing Juventus and Argentina forward Paulo Dybala but the 27-year-old will turn down any approach from the Toffees. (CaughtOffside)

Atletico Madrid are keen to sign Tottenham and England midfielder Harry Winks, 25, who has been struggling for playing time under Jose Mourinho. (Sky Sports)

West Ham manager David Moyes is not concerned that the current loan deal for Manchester United and England midfielder Jesse Lingard, 28, does not include an option to buy. (Mail on Sunday)

Former Chelsea and England captain John Terry, who is part of the backroom team at Aston Villa, has emerged as a contender for the vacant Sheffield United manager's job. (Sunday Mirror)

Wolves are eyeing a £15m move for Sheffield United and Scotland striker Oli McBurnie, 24. (Sun on Sunday)

Manchester City are interested in FC Groningen's Swedish left-back Gabriel Gudmundsson, 21. (TodoFichajes - in Spanish)

Manchester United are exploring the possibility of signing 18-year-old Portuguese defender Nuno Mendes from Sporting Lisbon and could offer 28-year-old Brazilian Alex Telles in return (Record - in Portuguese)

Barcelona are considering a summer move for Real Betis' France international Nabil Fekir but the 27-year-old has also been linked with Arsenal. (Estadio Deportivo)

Juventus' French midfielder Adrien Rabiot, 26, who has been linked with Everton, could also be a target for Barcelona. (Calciomercato)

Eintracht Frankfurt's Dutch defender Jetro Willems, 27, and Crystal Palace's English winger Andros Townsend, 29, could be returning to Newcastle this summer. (Chronicle)

Eddie Howe will look to bring in Bournemouth captain Steve Cook, 29, if he is named Celtic boss. (Sun on Sunday)


Wolves v West Ham: match preview

Wolves v West Ham: probable starters

Wolves were glad to learn that the head injury suffered by Rui Patrício against Liverpool two weeks ago was so much less serious than first feared that he could start against West Ham on Monday. At the other end of the pitch, William José’s adaptation to the Premier League has progressed since his arrival in January but the striker has yet to find the net and will be hoping to put that right as Wolves look to atone for the 4-0 beating sustained at the London Stadium in September. David Moyes will have their work cut out as they seek to get their push for Champions League qualification back on track after two disappointing performances. Paul Doyle

Monday 8.15pm Sky Sports Premier League

Venue Molineux

Last season Wolves 2 West Ham 0

Referee Michael Oliver

This season G22 Y64 R3 3.05 cards/game

Odds H 2-1 A 13-8 D 9-4


Subs from Ruddy, Hoever, Kilman, Vitinha, Moutinho, Otasowie, Gibbs-White, Silva, Podence

Doubtful Moutinho (match fitness), Podence (groin)

Injured Jiménez (head, unknown), Marçal (hip, unkown)

Suspended None

Discipline Y43 R1


Leading scorers Neves, Neto 5


Subs from Randolph, Martin, Fredericks, Balbuena, Coventry, Alves, Johnson, Masuaku, Baptiste, Noble, Odubeko, Lanzini, Fornals, Yarmolenko

Doubtful Masuaku (knee), Fornals (knock), Yarmolenko (knee)

Injured Ogbonna (ankle, 11 Apr)

Suspended None

Discipline Y36 R1


Leading scorer Soucek 9

Replies - Newest Posts First (Show In Chronological Order)

ted fenton 7:44 Sun Apr 4
Re: Sunday newspapers (includes West Ham)
Thanks Alan 12:50 Sun Apr 4

blueeyed.handsomeman 2:47 Sun Apr 4
Re: Sunday newspapers (includes West Ham)
THankyou Alan

Thanks Alan 12:50 Sun Apr 4
Re: Sunday newspapers (includes West Ham)
Thanks Alan

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