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Q: 2021/22 What competition should we prioritise this season?
a. The league is our bread & butter, so this year let's have a club sandwich
b. We're owed an FA Cup after Gerrard nicked our last one in 06, our name's on it in 22
c. A bye to the League Cup 3rd round gives us a good start, let's make it count
d. The Europa is our best ticket to the Champions League, this is the one
e. What's wrong with you, let's do the lot, has the quadruple ever been done

Thanks Alan 11:39 Fri Jul 9
Friday newspapers (includes West Ham)

Liverpool have made an approach for Wolves and Spain winger Adama Traore, 25. (Football Insider)

Hector Bellerin, 26, wants to quit Arsenal and join Italian champions Inter Milan. The Spanish full-back was linked with a move away from the Emirates last term and Paris St-Germain then mentioned as the most likely destination. (FourFourTwo)

Spain defender Sergio Ramos, 35, turned down offers from Arsenal and Manchester City before joining Paris Saint-Germain on a free transfer. (Goal)

Liverpool are preparing a £35m bid for Atletico Madrid's Spain midfielder Saul Niguez, 26. (AS - in Spanish)

Leicester, AC Milan and Inter Milan have expressed an interest in signing Brazil forward Philippe Coutinho, 29, from Barcelona. (Sport - in Spanish)

Netherlands forward Memphis Depay, 27, has accepted a 30% pay cut just three weeks after joining Barcelona as the club need to reduce costs in order to comply with La Liga's salary cap regulations. (Goal)

Everton will only listen to permanent offers for Italy striker Moise Kean, 21, who spent last season on loan at Paris Saint-Germain. (Athletic - subscription required)

West Ham face competition for Roma goalkeeper Robin Olsen, with Atletico Madrid and Lille keen. The Sweden international, 31, was in fine form during a season-long loan at Everton last season and his displays at Euro 2020 have attracted the Hammers. (AS, via WestHamZone)

Paris St-Germain believe they can land Paul Pogba for a cut-price £50m as they plot a raid for the 28-year-old Manchester United and France midfielder. (Star)

Former Manchester United manager Louis van Gaal, 69, is expected to take over from 51-year-old Frank de Boer as the Netherlands coach. (NOS)

Chelsea's France striker Olivier Giroud, 34, is on the verge of signing a two-year contract with Italian outfit AC Milan. (Mail)

Tottenham are considering a bid for highly-rated Wolfsburg defender Maxence Lacroix. The Frenchman, 21, joined the Bundesliga side from Sochaux last summer and has been likened to Rio Ferdinand. (The Boot Room)

Manchester United winger Tahith Chong is nearing a deal to join Birmingham on loan. The 21-year-old Dutchman has been out on loan in the past couple of years at Belgian outfit Club Brugge and German side Werder Bremen. (Telegraph)

Juventus right-back Danilo, 29, revealed he would like Gabriel Jesus - his ex-Manchester City team-mate and fellow Brazilian - to join him in Turin, with the 24-year-old striker linked with the Serie A side. (Sports Illustrated)

Tottenham, Leeds and Leicester City target Mikkel Damsgaard is set to become a Premier League player next season with the Denmark star's agent in talks with a number of English clubs. Sampdoria president Massimo Ferrero said the forward, 21, has increased in value following impressive performances at the Euros. (HITC)

Everton boss Rafa Benitez is keen on taking French defender Clement Lenglet, 26, from Barcelona. (Fichajes)

Tottenham are frontrunners to sign Bologna and Japan defender Takehiro Tomiyasu, 22. (Football Insider)

Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp has told Anfield bosses the three players he wants this summer, including France winger Kingsley Coman. The 25-year-old Bayern Munich star could cost the Reds up to £86m. (Mirror)

Meanwhile, the Reds are also chasing the Netherlands international Donyell Malen after the 22-year-old PSV Eindhoven shone at Euro 2020. (Express)

Leeds are trying to sign Lyon and Ivory Coast defender Maxwel Cornet, 24. (Olympique et Lyonnais)

Marcelo Bielsa's men still want to take English winger Ryan Kent, 24, from Rangers. (Athletic)


West Ham midfielder Manuel Lanzini details chances of Irons exit amid River Plate manager talks
Manuel Lanzini has claimed he has spoken to Argentinian giants River Plate and their manager, but that a West ham exit is unlikely.

In an interview on the Argentinian channel TNT Sports Continental, the 28-year-old midfielder opened up on his conversations with 45-year-old River Plate boss Marcelo Gallardo and a possible return to the club he began his career with.

Lanzini signed a new long-term deal in August 2019 [WHUFC website] that takes him up until June 2023, so he still has two years left to run on his existing contract.

Therefore, it would surely take a sizeable bid for the club to think of selling the Argentine playmaker.


West Ham United co-owner is on a personal mission to get £16m rated Nayef Aguerd signed.

The Hammers are reportedly close to appointing Rob Newman – Man City’s head of international scouting and recruitment since 2008 – as their new football director.

But before that, Sullivan – who has been acting as West Ham’s de facto DoF since the departure of Mario Husillos – is making it his goal to get David Moyes the new centre-back he wants.

West Ham have been linked with Aguerd over the last week or so with the Rennes and Morocco star said to be valued at £16m (Sport360).

Not only is the 25-year-old a centre-back, but he can also play at left-back – another position Moyes needs to strengthen.


West Ham United wanted to sign Youssef En-Nesyri in the winter market, but their efforts to take the striker were rebuffed by Sevilla.

The 24-year-old was also not in favour of a move in January.

Julen Lopetegui’s side have plans to strengthen their squad for next season and Marca now explain that would only be possible if they ‘make a big sale’ this summer.

En-Nesyri or Jules Koundé can help bring funds to the Spanish club, and the Hammers’ interest in the Morocco international is highlighted by the newspaper.

It’s claimed David Moyes’ side have ‘returned to charge with an offer that far exceeds their emoluments in Seville’.

Despite the Premier League side’s approach, the player isn’t in favour of joining West Ham since they are a ‘second row club’ and he also doesn’t want to leave Sevilla.

Prior to going on vacation, En-Nesyri made it clear to both his club and agent he wasn’t moving away from Sánchez-Pizjuán this summer. The player’s decision, however, could change if there’s an approach from a top club

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Texas Iron 5:41 Fri Jul 9
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Texas Iron 5:41 Fri Jul 9
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brabrook 3:44 Fri Jul 9
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Kaiser Zoso 1:22 Fri Jul 9
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charleyfarley 1:09 Fri Jul 9
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bill green 12:54 Fri Jul 9

bill green 12:54 Fri Jul 9
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Thanks Thanks Alan

Vexed 12:50 Fri Jul 9
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Cheers, this is far superior to Alan's shoddy work.

Sven Roeder 11:41 Fri Jul 9
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Thanks, Thanks Alan

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