WHO Poll
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
27%
  
b. We're owed an FA Cup after Gerrard nicked our last one in 06, our name's on it in 22
10%
  
c. A bye to the League Cup 3rd round gives us a good start, let's make it count
6%
  
d. The Europa is our best ticket to the Champions League, this is the one
35%
  
e. What's wrong with you, let's do the lot, has the quadruple ever been done
21%
  



Alan 1:56 Sat Sep 18
Saturday newspapers (includes West Ham)
BBC

Manchester United have made West Ham's Declan Rice their top transfer priority next summer. The 22-year-old England midfielder is keen on a move to Old Trafford and was frustrated that the Hammers' £100m valuation priced him out of a move during the last transfer window. (Independent)

Barcelona will attempt to sign England forward Raheem Sterling, 26, on loan from Manchester City in January after failing with a bid to bring him to the Nou Camp during the summer. (Sport - in Spanish)

Paul Pogba's agent Mino Raiola says the 28-year-old France midfielder could re-join Juventus when his Manchester United contract expires at the end of the season. (Rai Sport via Corriere dello Sport - in Italian)

Inter Miami striker Gonzalo Higuain says the MLS club have ambitions to sign Argentina team-mate Lionel Messi when the 33-year-old forward's Paris St-Germain contract runs out in 2023. (ESPN Argentina - in Spanish)

Liverpool have opened talks with 26-year-old Guinea midfielder Naby Keita over a new contract. His current deal expires in 2023. (Calciomercato - in Italian)

Brazilian forward Kayky, 18, has started training with Manchester City after they brought forward his move from Fluminense, which was originally set to be completed in January. (Manchester Evening News)

Tottenham could renew their interest in 28-year-old Germany defender Antonio Rudiger if he fails to extend his deal at Chelsea beyond next summer. (Express)

Chelsea boss Thomas Tuchel says there are "many reasons" for Rudiger to leave but that the centre-back is not being distracted by speculation. (Mail)

Tuchel has played down talk that Chelsea tried to sign England striker Harry Kane, 28, from Tottenham, but said he expected him to join Manchester City.(Guardian)

Chelsea winger Callum Hudson-Odoi, 20, is considering switching his international allegiance from England to Ghana. (Mail)

Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta says 30-year-old France striker Alexandre Lacazette, whose contract runs out next summer, wis in his plans and will play an "instrumental" part this season. (Metro)

Netherlands manager Louis van Gaal has left Manchester United midfielder Donny van de Beek, 24, out of his provisional squad for matches in October because of a lack of playing time. (Manchester Evening News)

Netherlands midfielder Georginio Wijnaldum, 30, is "worn out" and his move to Paris St-Germain from Liverpool in the summer was a "mistake", according to a close friend. (L'Equipe - in French)

Burnley boss Sean Dyche hopes a number of players will commit to the club after he signed a new deal. (Times - subscription required)

Spain defender Sergi Roberto, 29, will sign a contract extension with Barcelona in the next week after a deal was agreed with club president Joan Laporta. (Marca)

Streaming platform DAZN is stepping up efforts to buy BT Sport, meaning it would take over the pay-TV channel's rights to show live Premier League football. (Times - subscription required)

Juventus are interested in signing Serbia striker Luka Jovic, 23, on loan from Real Madrid, but the La Liga side would prefer to sell him. (Calciomercato - in Italian)

Dani Alves, the 38-year-old Brazilian former Barcelona, Juventus and Paris St-Germain defender, has held talks with Flamengo after leaving left Sao Paulo over a wage dispute.(Torcedores - in Portuguese)






Stretty News

Red cards, hat-tricks, and top goalscorers: a brief history of West Ham vs Manchester United

Manchester United make the trip to London this weekend as they prepare to face West Ham. David Moyes’ side has been a typically hard nut to crack for Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, with last season’s encounters closely contested both home and away.

Further back, there have been some memorable moments for Manchester United against the Hammers. In 2017, Manchester United won the first game between the two sides at the London Stadium, with goals from Juan Mata and Zlatan Ibrahimovic guiding the Reds to victory.

Affairs between the two sides have historically been charged and, to no one’s surprise, Manchester United have had players sent off against West Ham on four occasions in the Premier League. The most recent dismissal came in 2015 when Luke Shaw was sent off in a 2-2 draw at Upton Park.

Wayne Rooney suffered the same fate in the reverse fixture that season, with Luis Nani (2008) and Nicky Butt (1996) also given their marching orders against West Ham.

Rooney is also one of two players to score a Premier League hat-trick against West Ham (2011), with midfield legend Paul Scholes also doing so (2000). Rooney is also the top goalscorer for Manchester United in this fixture, finding the net on 12 occasions.

In 146 meetings between the two clubs in all competitions, Manchester United have run out winners on 69 occasions, drawn 32 times, and lost 45 times.

Solskjaer will be hoping to made that 70 wins on Sunday as he eyes to extend Manchester United’s promising start to the Premier League season.






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Texas Iron 9:41 Sat Sep 18
Re: Saturday newspapers (includes West Ham)
Cheers…

yngwies Cat 8:31 Sat Sep 18
Re: Saturday newspapers (includes West Ham)
Oops...wrong Saturday.

yngwies Cat 8:29 Sat Sep 18
Re: Saturday newspapers (includes West Ham)
Went to to Wolves today with Brentford. Great result for the bees and a fuckin good laugh.

With Kind Regards 5:25 Sat Sep 18
Re: Saturday newspapers (includes West Ham)
ted fenton 2:25 Sat Sep 18

ted fenton 2:25 Sat Sep 18
Re: Saturday newspapers (includes West Ham)
Thanks Alan 2:09 Sat Sep 18

. 2:23 Sat Sep 18
Re: Saturday newspapers (includes West Ham)
Wrong. He missed me.

Coffee 2:20 Sat Sep 18
Re: Saturday newspapers (includes West Ham)
One WHOer makes another's post correct.

gph 2:16 Sat Sep 18
Re: Saturday newspapers (includes West Ham)
Thanks, Alan

Thanks Irish 2:09 Sat Sep 18
Re: Saturday newspapers (includes West Ham)
Thanks Alan

Thanks Alan 2:09 Sat Sep 18
Re: Saturday newspapers (includes West Ham)
Thanks Alan





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