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Mesut Ozil, 29, would favour a move to Manchester United rather than Barcelona if he leaves Arsenal. (Daily Mail)

Ozil's agent has told Barcelona they must make a decision on whether or not to sign the Arsenal playmaker in the next fortnight. (Mundo Deportivo - in Spanish)

Barcelona captain Andres Iniesta says Liverpool forward Philippe Coutinho, 25, would be an "important reinforcement" for the La Liga side should they move for him in January. (Goal)

David de Gea's agent Jorge Mendes is delaying the 27-year-old Manchester United goalkeeper's potential move to Real Madrid because another one of his clients, Cristiano Ronaldo, is unhappy with the European champions. (Diario Gol, via Daily Star)

Ronaldo is consulting his lawyers to try to lower his release clause and engineer his move away from Real Madrid. (El Chiringuito via Daily Express)

Willian has reassured Chelsea fans that he will not be leaving during the January transfer window, after the 29-year-old midfielder was linked with moves to Manchester United and Barcelona. (Evening Standard)

Newcastle are considering making a move for Liverpool striker Danny Ings, 25, and Manchester United full-back Luke Shaw, 22, in next month's transfer window. (Daily Star)

Jose Mourinho is lining up Inter Milan's Portuguese midfielder Joao Mario, 24, as a replacement for Henrikh Mkhitaryan at Manchester United. (Corriere dello Sport via Mirror)

AC Milan's 18-year-old goalkeeper Gianluigi Donnarumma has asked for his new contract to be annulled, with Real Madrid and Paris St-Germain both interested in signing him. (Gazzetta dello Sport - in Italian)

Southampton are leading the chase for Eibar striker Dani Garcia, 27, who has rejected a new deal with his current contract due to expire in the summer. Athletic Bilbao, Real Betis and Malaga are also keen but Garcia is believed to want to move to the Premier League. (Mirror)

Sporting Lisbon want to take Leicester striker Islam Slimani, 29, back to Portugal on loan in January. (A Bola, via Talksport)

Watford are closing in on the signing of 18-year-old IFK Gothenburg goalkeeper Pontus Dahlberg. (Barometern, via Talksport)

However, Hornets boss Marco Silva is refusing to discuss any of the club's potential signings. (Hertfordshire Mercury)

Bristol City hope to sign 20-year-old Everton midfielder Liam Walsh for £1m. (Sun)

Newcastle defender Achraf Lazaar, 25, the Morocco international who is spending the season on loan at Serie A side Benevento, says he is in regular contact with Rafael Benitez and hopes to return to Tyneside next season. (Newcastle Chronicle)

Meanwhile...

Both Greater Manchester Police and the Football Association have launched investigations after a smoke bomb was thrown onto the pitch during the Manchester derby. (Manchester Evening News)

West Ham and their London Stadium landlords are involved in a legal dispute over plans for additional seats. The Hammers say their first wish is to add 3,000 seats to their present 57,000 capacity and want an extra 9,000 overall. (Daily Telegraph)

AFC Wimbledon have been given the go-ahead to start building their new £25m stadium, just 250 yards down the road from the old Plough Lane ground where Wimbledon FC played - and hope to move in for the start of the 2019-20 season. (London Evening Standard)

Former England team-mates Steven Gerrard and Scott Parker will face each other off the pitch as coaches when Liverpool Under-18s face Tottenham Under-18s in the Premier League Cup quarter-finals. (Liverpool Echo)

After Burnley boss Sean Dyche said he was the "proudest man in Proudsville", the Clarets have released a short film...called "Proudsville". (Twitter)

Best of Wednesday's gossip

Chelsea are lining up an £80m bid for Monaco's France international forward Thomas Lemar, 22, who was also the subject of interest from Liverpool and Arsenal in August. (L'Equipe, via Daily Mail)

West Ham boss David Moyes is considering a January move for Arsenal midfielder Jack Wilshere, 25. (Guardian)

Juventus defender Alex Sandro, 26 a target for Manchester United, has told the Italian club he wishes to leave, but the Brazil international's preferred destination is Chelsea in January. (Sun)

Long-term Manchester United target Antoine Griezmann, 26, is set to leave Atletico Madrid for Barcelona in the summer. (Independent)




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Nick Ames

There is a school of thought that your view of Mesut Özil – whether you see him as glorious, waifish creative genius or unnecessary, indolent garnish – offers a window into your very soul. Perhaps what Mesut does next will provide a glimpse into his. Will he scamper into the arms of his former manager, friend and mentor, José Mourinho, at Manchester United? Or will he opt for another kind of football altogether at Barcelona, where the tunnel decorum is at least on point?

He may well have that choice: the Catalans are keeping their weather eye on the contract rebel’s situation in case their move for Philippe Coutinho comes adrift, and if the Arsenal man bides his time he might just end up with an unlikely move to Camp Nou. United remain the favourites to snare him, though. Arsenal could replace him with Real Madrid’s Dani Ceballos, although AC Milan would rival them.

Not that Barcelona see Özil as the be all and end all: they could just sign the young Gremio midfielder Arthur instead, although he is one of the zillion players Chelsea are reportedly keen on too. And one more thing on Özil – his partner in tedious transfer sagas, Alexis Sánchez, could finally seal his move to Manchester City next month, although anyone who has seen he or they play this season could be excused for wondering why Pep Guardiola would still bother.

United’s admiration of Özil may have something to do with the fact that another very-occasionally-brilliant midfielder, Henrikh Mkhitaryan, has fallen so far out of favour. Perhaps he’d be a natural replacement – but they think the same of Inter Milan’s João Mário and a £40m bid could be readied to test the Serie A high-flyers next month. Leaving from the door marked Do One will be Luke Shaw – who Newcastle, perhaps flush with money post-takeover, would like to help their relegation battle.

There is full-back related excitement at Liverpool, where a porous defence that isn’t actually that porous at the moment could be augmented by the Atlético Madrid man Sime Vrsaljko, who would cost around £22m but could equally be bound for Napoli.

West Brom and Wolves retain an interest in Bournemouth striker Benik Afobe, who isn’t scoring many these days despite beginning his career at the Vitality Stadium in good form two years ago. The Baggies are among a number of clubs looking for a centre-forward and Red Star Belgrade’s Richmond Boakye has also come under their radar, as he has with Newcastle and Celtic. But French side Rennes may have snuck in there first with a juicy £6m offer.





Mail

Hammers build on win over Chelsea as they hold Arsene Wenger's side to a draw but remain in the Premier League relegation zone

Arsene Wenger opted to name Jack Wilshere and Olivier Giroud in Arsenal's starting line-up
West Ham were attempting to build on their Premier League win over Chelsea at the weekend
The Hammers had a goal disallowed when Marko Arnautovic appeared to score from an offside position
Nacho Monreal cleared off the line in the second half from Arnautovic but a foul had already been given
Javier Hernandez almost grabbed all three points for hosts but effort dropped on line and spun away to safety

By Matt Barlow

Arsene Wenger's travels in the East prompted him to divulge a deep admiration for the Japanese art of sumo wrestling on the eve of this derby.

In sumo, Wenger explained, the culture of respect for the vanquished prevents the victor from any act of celebration. Indeed, if a triumphant wrestler fails to honour this ancient code, he is stripped of his title.

In east London on Wednesday night, there was little chance of his celebrations boiling over as he watched two more points slip away and a dismal away record worsen in the cold and rain of the Olympic Park. Wenger's team have won only two of nine Premier League games away from the Emirates Stadium, scoring just nine goals.


Javier Hernandez nearly grabbed all three points for his side when he found space in Arsenal penalty area


Arsenal goalkeeper Petr Cech was beaten and could only watch as the ball bounced down from the underside of his crossbar


How did that stay out? Hernandez watches in agony as his late strike drops on the line and spins away to safety

His tactical tweak, starting with a back four for the first time since April, did nothing to shake this pattern and it might have been worse.

In the 90th minute, Laurent Koscielny launched a kamikaze pass across the edge of the Arsenal box, surrendered possession and Mark Noble slipped a pass to Javier Hernandez.

West Ham's best finisher whipped the ball — possibly via Petr Cech's fingertips — against the underside of the bar, down on to the line and it spun out. Like Geoff Hurst in the 1966 World Cup final but without the intervention of a Russian linesman.

David Moyes was denied a win he did not really deserve and Arsenal escaped with a point which did little to ease the pain of dropping to seventh in the table.

Wenger's team are drifting and hopes of a swift return to the Champions League are becoming more remote. The celebrations belonged to Moyes, who claimed another point in the fight against relegation. Whether it qualifies as the West Ham Way will be debated over time but in the short-term it is exactly what they need.


Marko Arnautovic got the ball on target only for Nacho Monreal to clear off the line before a foul was awarded to Arsenal


Arnautovic thought he had put West Ham in front when he beat Cech before it was disallowed for offside


West Ham forward Arnautovic goes to ground as Arsenal full back Monreal tries to win back possession


Adrian jumps and claims the ball as Angelo Ogbonna also goes up to stop Alexis Sanchez


Manuel Lanzini clips Arsenal midfielder Jack Wilshere as West Ham captain Mark Noble sprints to try and win the ball back


West Ham's players, including Noble, appeal to referee Jon Moss before Wilshere got back to his feet

Signs of improvement under Moyes are clear. There has been an injection of desire, extra midfield bite and energy throughout. Crucially, there is greater resistance in the defensive unit.

Angelo Ogbonna and Winston Reid excelled in West Ham's back three and a crowded midfield stifled Arsenal's passing style. They frustrated the visitors and protected Adrian. The goalkeeper contributed with a flying save to keep out a free-kick from Alexis Sanchez as the clocked ticked down and the pressure increased.

In many ways, the possession-soaked football of Arsenal played to Moyes's strengths. No-one can question his safety-first tactics against teams chasing Champions League places. It did not make for great entertainment but this was one of those nights when it was all about the result.

Four points from games against Chelsea and Arsenal justifies the means for the new West Ham boss and, although they remain in the drop zone, confidence is building. Moyes thought his team had taken an early lead when Marko Arnautovic found the net with less than a quarter of an hour gone.


Noble battled well for his side in the second half and demonstrates his strength here by getting past Ainsley Maitland-Niles


Sanchez tries to use his quick feet to get beyond Lanzini, who attempts to get close enough to make a tackle

Arnautovic appeared unmarked at the back post to head in a cross from Arthur Masuaku. Moyes clenched both fists in celebration, unaware Arnautovic had drifted half a yard offside.

Up went the flag. Still, here was a warning for Arsenal.

Four recognised strikers huddled on the West Ham bench but wide-man Arnautovic and the ultimate utility-man Michail Antonio led the line with the midfield selecting their moments carefully to get forward in support.

It is more than a decade since Arsenal lost at West Ham and they were unfortunate to only score five on their first visit to the London Stadium, a year ago. Alexis Sanchez scored three that day and was the first to register an effort on goal, forcing a low save from Adrian, adding a second clean sheet in five days.

Another attempt from Sanchez was deflected over and Ainsley Maitland-Niles, making his Premier League debut, pulled a shot wide from the edge of the box.

Arsenal passed and probed but rarely opened up West Ham until Alex Iwobi collected a pass from Sanchez, late in the first half, made a yard inside the penalty and struck the foot of a post with a firm left-footer.


Lanzini is brought down by Wilshere as the West Ham attacking midfielder advanced forward with the ball

Arsenal attacked with more purpose, more risk and a healthier tempo after the interval and it made for a more open 45 minutes.

Olivier Giroud headed wide and Granit Xhaka chanced his arm from long range before Mesut Ozil burst on to a ricochet and through on Adrian's goal. Ozil, normally so polished, somehow missed the target with the game's clearest chance.

Jack Wilshere skied another wonderful opportunity from a knock-down by Giroud.

Wenger could not resist mention of West Ham's defensive tactics. Similar to Southampton's on Sunday, said the Arsenal boss, and he grumbled about the fixture schedule which left his players with one day less to recover.

Whatever the reason, the visitors fell flat after the early exit of Sanchez and West Ham were on top as the game moved into stoppage time and Hernandez hit the bar. It would remain goalless.

The celebrations belonged to the home team but they are still in the relegation mire and nobody was gloating.

MATCH FACTS

West Ham (3-5-2): Adrian 6.5; Reid 7, Ogbonna 7.5, Cresswell 7; Zabaleta 6, Noble 6.5, Obiang 6, Lanzini 6, Masuaku 6.5; Antonio 6.5 (Hernandez, 82), Arnautovic 6

Subs not used: Carroll, Sakho, Collins, Ayew, Hart, Rice

Booked: Lanzini, Reid

Manager: David Moyes 6.5

Arsenal (4-3-3): Cech 6, Bellerin 6, Koscielny 6, Monreal 6, Maitland-Niles 6; Xhaka 6, Wilshere 6.5, Ozil 6; Iwobi 6 (Welbeck, 70), Sanchez 6.5 (Lacazette, 83), Giroud 6

Subs not used: Ospina, Chambers, Kolasinac, Coquelin, Elneny

Manager: Arsene Wenger 6

Referee: Jon Moss (W Yorkshire)

Attendance: 56,921





Guardian

David Moyes’s West Ham revival continues with a point against Arsenal

David Hytner at the London Stadium

Only Laurent Koscielny knew what he was doing in the 90th minute when he chipped a high-risk pass inside from the Arsenal defensive right, but the panic gripped in a heartbeat.

It was shocking to see how Arsène Wenger’s team lost not only the ball but their structure and when Mark Noble produced a rare moment of quality with a slide-rule pass for Javier Hernández, the scene was set for the West Ham United substitute to steal all three points. Hernández’s shot hit the underside of the crossbar before bouncing down and away. Petr Cech appeared to have got his fingertips to it.

What a steal it would have been. West Ham had offered next to nothing as an attacking force and it is difficult to see the club’s support grinning and bearing this sort of fare on a regular basis.

But it was a night when the result mattered more than the performance and, for the second time in five days, David Moyes departed the London Stadium with something to cherish. After the victory against Chelsea, this hard-fought point hinted at momentum under the new manager.

Had Hernández’s shot been slightly lower, Moyes’s game-plan would have been vindicated and Wenger would have been pressed to the depths of despair. All the frustration belonged to the Arsenal manager. Against the ranks that West Ham massed behind the ball, his team pressed on to the front foot but they could not find a way through.

They had plenty of possession on the fringes of the West Ham area but they were frequently too narrow and they struggled to pick the killer pass. It seemed quintessentially Arsenal.

Wenger lamented the lack of ruthlessness, which he suggested was a hangover from the Manchester United defeat on the Saturday before last. On that occasion his team had 33 shots but they could only score once. Here, they had 22 but only three of them were on target. The harsh truth was that Arsenal ran out of ideas in the final third while the Koscielny-driven implosion at the end hinted at their fragility.

Arsenal’s away-day woes go on and it is now three Premier League matches without a win for them. They lag seventh in the table – a point and a place below Burnley.

“I felt that the chances we missed against Man United have had an impact on us,” Wenger said. “I don’t deny we showed a lack of sharpness. It was 10 against 10 in the final third and we could not find an opening. West Ham are in a highly focused defensive phase and it works for them at the moment. We must continue to focus on the quality on our game and not on being ruthless. It will come back for us if we don’t make too much of a problem of it.”

Wenger had started with a back four for the first time since the Crystal Palace disaster last April and with three central midfielders, his team dominated the ball. Jack Wilshere had a decent enough game on his first league start in Arsenal colours for 577 days.

West Ham were happy to allow Arsenal to come on to them because they believed that they could land punches on the counterattack and Moyes’s 3-5-2 often became 5-3-2. But the performance was marked by discipline and organisation.

The first half drifted by with little in the way of penalty box action. The West Ham forward, Marko Arnautovic, had an early header correctly ruled out for offside while the closest to a breakthrough was Alex Iwobi’s touch and quick unload on 29 minutes. The Arsenal winger’s low shot hit the outside of the near post.

Arsenal pushed in the second half and the game seemed to distil into a single issue. Would Wenger’s team summon a moment of ruthlessness in front of goal? They did not. Mesut Özil prodded wide, Wilshere lifted over when well-placed and Alexis Sánchez was denied by Adrián from a free-kick. Had Hernández finished after Koscielny’s aberration, it would have been even for the visitors.

“We are trying to change the mood and the results have given us a good platform,” Moyes said. “I would have taken four points against Chelsea and Arsenal, and we were unlucky in the game before at Manchester City. There have been good signs, although performances will have to change because we will be playing different opposition. We now need to take it on to the next level.”



Telegraph

Hammers' resilience leaves Arsene Wenger's drifting side back in limbo

Jeremy Wilson

A draw away to West Ham United is not in itself the catalyst for any major crisis but Arsenal are again drifting dangerously following what increasingly looks like another false dawn last month.

Midweek wins for most of their direct rivals for Champions League football means that they have slipped down to seventh in what is an admittedly congested Premier League table beneath Manchester City. Most worrying, though, is both their away form (two wins in nine) and a third consecutive game in which they have failed to win despite dominating possession.

Indeed, Arsenal were ultimately within inches of losing to a West Ham team who are finally gathering some semblance of momentum under new manager David Moyes after Javier Hernandez’s 90th- minute strike cannoned off the underside of the crossbar.

Arsene Wenger had tried to tackle his visiting team’s attacking problems by altering both the formation and personnel, with Jack Wilshere and Olivier Giroud starting this season for the first time in the Premier League this season in front of a flat back four.

West Ham, though, were largely comfortable in absorbing an utterly predictable direction of attack that was summed up by Danny Mills in the BBC commentary box. “Arsenal are like a funnel, straight through the middle, no width whatsoever and it makes playing them very easy,” he said.

Wenger, who substituted Alexis Sanchez in the 82nd minute, also pointed to a lingering hangover from losing 3-1 against Manchester United despite 33 shots. “The chances we missed have had an impact but we must focus on the quality of our game rather than not being ruthless,” he said. “It will come back by not making it too much of a problem. We go through a patch where there is a difference between what we create and score. It won’t last. They defended well.”

Moyes could not disagree but, after beating Chelsea on Saturday and also almost holding Manchester City to a draw, believes that a foundation has been established. “We are trying to change the mood and the results have given us a platform,” he said.

While Arsenal rotated, West Ham were unchanged and happy for the visitors to take an immediate hold of possession as the five creative players behind Giroud soon began interchanging passes and positions. The sacrifice was defensive and Arsenal’s weakness on the counter-attack, especially down Hector Bellerin’s right flank, was also soon evident. Arthur Masuaka had sprinted clear into space vacated by Bellerin and his precise cross was met by Marko Arnautovic, whose downward header beat Petr Cech. Moyes was celebrating but the offside flag had been raised after it emerged that Granit Xhaka had just stepped out sufficiently with the four Arsenal defenders.

Wenger’s men might have been struggling to translate possession into clear chances but Wilshere did begin positively with his crisp passing. Sanchez, who was again oscillating between misplaced passes and creating Arsenal’s best chances, did then release Alex Iwobi down Arsenal’s right. Iwobi had held off Masuaka’s challenge and also beaten West Ham goalkeeper Adrian with a powerful and quickly taken low shot but the ball bounced to safety off a post.

West Ham remained content to defend deeply and were actually the more incisive team on those rare moments they did break forward. Manuel Lanzini had sprinted into space down Arsenal’s right that was partially vacated by Bellerin. Xhaka again tracked back and was the last defender but, rather than make any attempt to make a conventional tackle, he opted to impede Lanzini in a clumsy attempt to see the ball out of play. It was an incident that would surely have provoked a foul just about anywhere else on the pitch but referee Jonathan Moss awarded a goal-kick amid angry appeals from Lanzini.

The home side were also first to create at the start of the second half, with Mark Noble chesting the ball into the path of Arnautovic, only for him to slice his attempted shot over. The pattern of Arsenal dominance in possession while trying to pass through blind alleys down the middle continued and, after another move broke down, the closest they came was a long-range shot by Xhaka that Adrian saved. Ainlsey Maitland-Niles had performed well in an unfamiliar left-back role and was effective in cutting back to deliver some extra width and threatening crosses. Giroud did get between both Winston Reid and Angelo Ogbonna to meet one, but his header drifted narrowly wide. From another, Giroud headed into the path of Wilshere, who shot wide. Ozil also suddenly had a clear sight of goal but he wastefully dragged his shot across both Adrian and the entire goal.

Arsenal were then rescued by the narrowest of margins in the final seconds when Noble released substitute Hernandez and his shot was tipped by Cech on to the bar.






Mail

West Ham in legal dispute with London Stadium landlords over plans to install extra 9,000 seats

West Ham and their London Stadium landlords are involved in a legal dispute
The club wishes to add 9,000 seats to take the capacity of the arena to 66,000
The dispute centres on the operating costs of making the added seats available
The current capacity is 57,000, with LLDC receiving a flat fee from the tenants

By Matt Mcgeehan

West Ham and their London Stadium landlords are involved in a legal dispute over plans for 3,000 additional seats.

West Ham are the lead tenants of the former Olympic Stadium on a £2.5million per year, 99-year lease.

The Premier League club wish to add 9,000 seats to take the capacity of the arena to 66,000, Gerry Murphy, the acting chief executive of the London Legacy Development Corporation told the London Assembly on Wednesday.

West Ham say their first wish is to add 3,000 seats to their present 57,000 capacity 'to initially reach a capacity of 60,000, as was promised publicly to our supporters by all London Stadium stakeholders'.

The dispute with the LLDC centres on the operating costs of making the additional seats available for use - they are already in the arena - plus the revenue from those seats if they are made available.

Murphy told a London Assembly Budget Monitoring Sub-Committee meeting: 'There is a dispute with West Ham about what the contract says in terms of capacity.

'West Ham have absolutely said that they want to increase the capacity to 60,000. And actually they want to further increase the capacity to 66,000.

'LLDC and E20 (the landlords) disagrees with their interpretation of the contract.

'We feel that actually if West Ham want to enjoy more seats then they should commensurately pay more.

'And that's the gist of the disagreement between us and it is subject to legal proceedings.'

West Ham say they are already paying for a 60,000-seat stadium. That is the capacity the club announced in March 2016.

A West Ham spokesperson said in a statement issued to Press Association Sport: 'These seats are in London Stadium already, have always been there, and have already been paid for under the terms of our concession agreement.

'Having sought a resolution of this matter for many months, West Ham United are seeking a legal declaration.'

Murphy says the Hammers began to ask for the increased capacity at the start of 2017-18 season, their second after leaving Upton Park in May 2016.

Asked who would benefit from the revenue from any additional seating, Murphy said: 'West Ham's argument is they would receive all of the extra revenue from the extra seats. We would contend we should get a share of that.'

The Hammers argue all on the site would benefit from additional supporters attending matches.

LLDC receives a flat fee from the tenancy agreement, plus a share of the catering revenue. Murphy admitted, under the current agreement made by her predecessors, LLDC makes an ongoing loss.

"The matchday costs will continue at some level to exceed the revenue that we get," she said.

Wednesday's meeting followed the publication of the Moore Stephens Olympic Stadium Review, which reported in November on the arena built for the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games and funded by tax payers.

LLDC will actively seek a naming rights sponsor in 2018, bidding to raise £4m a year, after talks with telecoms giant Vodafone ended.

"We have been close twice and I'm confident we'll find the right partner," Murphy said.

There is a possibility of talks with West Ham over tying in the naming rights sponsor with the shirt sponsor.

But LLDC hope the multiple uses of the stadium, which also hosts athletics, musical concerts and other sporting events will be attractive without that tie-in.




Sun

Erik in the haus West Ham and Huddersfield are eyeing move for Lokomotiv Moscow sporting director Erik Stoffelshaus

The German has caught the eye of Premier League clubs after guiding Lokomotiv to runaway lead since taking over in January

Exclusive By Warren Haughton

WEST HAM and Huddersfield are monitoring Lokomotiv Moscow sporting director Erik Stoffelshaus.

The German, who only took up his role in the Russian capital in January, has an excellent reputation for finding and developing young talent.

According to sources in Russia, Stoffelshaus has transformed the scouting and recruitment strategies on a limited budget.

Stoffelshaus has spent most of his career at Schalke, first as a coach and then manager before three years working in Canada.

He has exploited his extensive network to recruit Soloman Kvirkvelia, Maciej Rybus, Eder and keeper Nikita Medvedev.

The 46-year-old’s work is already bearing fruit with Lokomotiv eight points clear at the top of the Russian League with ten games left.

This has been achieved on a fraction of the budget of their rivals including current champions Spartak Moscow and Zenit St Petersburg.

Lokomotiv are through to the last 32 of the Europa League and will face French outfit Nice in February.

The Premier League pair are looking to reshape their technical departments, with someone solely responsible for running the club’s on-pitch activities.

Both have identified Stoffelshaus and have been impressed with his work less than a year into his Russian gig.

The Terriers are looking to replace Head of Football operations David Moss, who left the club in October after just five months at the John Smith’s Stadium.

The Hammers have Tony Henry as their director of player recruitment but could look to enhance player incomings by luring Stoffelshaus to East London next season.



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