Deja Vu For Hammers Fans As 'Last minute' Deal Revealed

Under fire West Ham United co-owner David Sullivan 'confided' with Sky Sports and Talkshite presenter Jim White that Hammers had made Stoke City a record breaking £25 Million offer in order to bring Joe Allen to the London Stadium on transfer deadline day.

Brighton And Hove Albion v West Ham United Team Sheets

Brighton And Hove Albion:Ryan, Schelotto, Dunk, Duffy, Bong, Knockaert, Stephens, Propper, Izquierdo, Gross, Murray.Subs: Krul, Bruno, Goldson, March, Kayal, Baldock, Ulloa.
West Ham United: Adrian, Collins, Ogbonna, Rice, Bryam, Zabaleta, Noble, Kouyate, Cresswell, Mario, Hernandez. Subs: Hart, Reid, Fonte, Cullen, Haksabanovic, Hugill, Antonio.

Henry The Oath And His Sick Vibes Oh Dear!

No one can accuse West Ham United of doing things by half when it comes to shooting themselves in the foot, and continuing along with this ethos the club has really managed to surpass itself in the last couple of days.

Fans Up In Arms At Pathetic West Ham Transfer Activity But Why Was It So?

Even before the January transfer window closed West Ham United have confirmed that there will be no new additions to an already threadbare squad with the exception of the North East's 'Messi' Preston North End striker Jordan Hugill , who was an ideal West Ham signing because he was cheap and Hammers manager David Moyes stlll had a lot of sway at the club where he began his managerial career and was able to dig up enough dirt in order to get the 'deal' over the line.

Goal Posts Move From Smolov, Dendonker And Slimani To Hugill And Bamba

West Ham fans can be forgiven if they are feeling underwhelmed by Hammers transfer activity during this window, having been in the driving seat to bring in exciting prospects Smolov, Dendonker And Slimani they are now in the back seat of a cab scraping up the likes of Preston North End striker Jordan Hugill and Cardiff City's 33 year old defender Sol Bamba!

Time Is Running Out For 'In The Balance' Dendonker Deal

Having been knocked back in their loan attempt for Leicester City's Islam Slimani, the Hammers hierarchy who have been 'burning the book with both candles' in their efforts to bring in 'suitable' reinforcements are now able to concentrate on 'other' targets, none more so than Andelecht's Leander Dendoncker. Apparently the highly rated Belgian is still very interested in a move to the Premier League with West Ham and is keen to get a deal done before the transfer window shuts.

On Loan Slimani Instead Of Full Contract Smolov?

Fyodor Mikhaylovich Smolov is a Russian footballer who plays as a striker for Krasnodar, depending on which media outlet you use he is either super keen to ploy his trade in the Premier League with West Ham United at the 'iconic' London Stadium, or is super wary of joining a team that looks destined to struggle for the rest of the season with relegation a distinct possibility at the 'ironic' London Stadium.

West Ham United v Crystal Palace Team Sheets And Links

West Ham United: Adrian, Cresswell, Zabaleta, Byram, Rice, Collins, Kouyate, Noble, Joao Mario, Ogbonna, Hernandez. Subs: Hart, Fonte, Haksabanovic, Martinez, Cullen, Oxford, Quina.
Crystal Palace:Hennessey, van Aanholt, Tomkins, Fosu-Mensah, Kelly, Milivojevic, Bakary Sako, McArthur, Townsend, Zaha, Benteke. Subs: Speroni, Ward, Cabaya, Sakho, Chung-yong, Souare, Riedewald.

£12 Million For Top Striker £18 Million For Rubbish Ayew listening?

Swansea City have upped their offer for Andre Ayew to £18 Million for the player they sold to West Ham for £20 Million, and most Hammers fans would say "take it". Ayew's transfer to West Ham from Swansea began badly, he was Hammers record signing and his time at the club began badly as he got seriously injured on his debut match against Chelsea.

Speculation Rife As Pelle's Agent Arrives In London To Do Deal

Ex-Southampton player and Italian International Graziano Pelle's unlikely return to the Premier League has just got a lot closer with news that the player's representative has arrived in London to discuss Pelle's move from Chinese Super League club Shandong Luneng. Pelle obviously has the experience David Moyes requires to 'hit the ground running', but at 32 years of age any move for him would be expensive as he would have little or no sell on value at the end of the two and a half year deal that his agent is looking for.


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