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 10:50 Wed Feb 24
Wednesday newspapers (includes West Ham)

Argentina forward Paulo Dybala's future at Serie A champions Juventus is uncertain and the 27-year-old could be sold this summer. (Mirror)

Premier League sides Liverpool, Manchester United and Tottenham are among those monitoring Dybala's situation. (Goal)

Tottenham and Borussia Dortmund are leading the race to sign Manchester United's English goalkeeper Dean Henderson, 23. (Sky Sports)

But Spurs could turn towards Burnley's English goalkeeper Nick Pope, 28, if Mauricio Pochettino and Paris Saint-Germain make a move for Hugo Lloris. (Mail)

Chelsea are growing increasingly confident of signing Norway striker Erling Braut Haaland, 20, from Borussia Dortmund this summer. (Eurosport)

Blues owner Roman Abramovich will give Chelsea manager Thomas Tuchel £260m to spend in the next transfer window, regardless of whether the club qualifies for the Champions League. (Tutto Mercato, via Star)

Everton have entered the race to sign Norwich full-back Max Aarons, 21. (Farbizio Romano)

West Ham will only listen to offers in excess of £100m for 22-year-old England midfielder Declan Rice. (Talksport)

Manchester United could be given the chance to sign Eintracht Frankfurt's 25-year-old Portugal striker Andre Silva in the summer transfer window. (Sun)

United will only move for Silva if they decide not to extend the contract of Uruguay striker Edinson Cavani, 34. (Metro)

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's side made an approach for Monaco's French defender Benoit Badiashile, 19, last summer. (Mirror)

Badiashile says he does not regret rejecting United. (RMC Sport, via Independent)

West Ham will look to make the loan signing of Manchester United's Jesse Lingard permanent but Leicester City are also monitoring the 28-year-old. (Eurosport)

Fiorentina's Serbia centre-back Nikola Milenkovic, 23, is Borussia Dortmund's number one defensive target. (Sky Sports Germany - in German)

Manchester United are also interested in signing Milenkovic. (Express)

Aston Villa are linked with a move for Sheffield United's 23-year-old Norwegian midfielder Sander Berge. (Eurosport - via Teamtalk)

Arsenal will listen to offers for English midfielder Reiss Nelson, 21, at the end of the season. (CBS, via Mirror)

The Gunners are in talks with their English youth international Miguel Azeez, 18, over a new long-term deal. (Sun)


The strategy that West Ham are using to attempt to convince En-Nesyri

Moroccan Youssef En-Nesyri has become Sevilla FC's top scorer this season, scoring 17 goals to date in 23 games in all competitions.

After just over a year in Nervión, the striker has left behind the doubts generated by his hiring from Leganés in exchange for 20 million euros. In LaLiga, he already has 13 goals; his record to date in the top competition over a season.

As a Sevilla player, En-Nesyri has ended up exploding like that great scorer that Monchi was looking for and that, perhaps, he had not quite shown before, both with Malaga and with Leganés. It is not surprising, therefore, that West Ham became interested this January in his services, making a formal offer of more than 30 million euros that Monchi and his people rejected.

Kasawi, the personal hairdresser of the striker and a close friend of his, who spent great seasons at En-Nesyri's house when he comes to Seville, has recently referred to this. "He's very happy here. We talked about the offer; he had several offers, not just that of the West Ham team. He was clear he wanted to stay here. There were former teammates who already played with him and play for that team (Fornals), they contacted him to try to convince him, but he was clear that he wanted to play here ", asserts Kasawi in the program Minute 91 of 7TV Seville, confirming what was already exposed by En-Nesyri himself at the time.

In the hands of Sevilla FC, too, leaves the friend of the Moroccan international the possibility that next summer will end up emigrating to the Premier: "It depends on the offers that come and depends on what Sevilla FC decides. This, in the end, does not it's just a matter of the player, but also of the team. "

What Kasawi has no doubts about is that the Premier League would be a competition that would suit him very well because of his condition: "It's a league that can suit him for his football style. He's a big player, he's a fast player, "In football, a league with a lot of goals, a lot of physicality and it could come in handy. But I'm telling you, he's focused one hundred percent right here, he wants to give it his all with Sevilla FC. He's happy, he's happy here and for now he thinks of nothing more than Sevilla.


West Ham United fans react as club reportedly battling Everton and Liverpool for defender

By Will Butcher

West Ham United are reportedly battling Everton and Fulham in the race to sign Torino powerhouse Gleison Bremer who was linked with Liverpool earlier this month – and Hammers supporters have responded on Twitter to the news.

(Photo by Nicolò Campo/LightRocket via Getty Images)

Bremer, 23, has thrown himself onto the radar of Premier League clubs after shining in the burgundy of Serie A side Torino over the past couple of seasons. His powerful frame has helped Torino keep five clean sheets in 19 league games this term.

Not only that, but Bremer has continued his goalscoring form. Before this season, he had netted five goals in 42 league and cup appearances – and this season he has four in his 19 Serie A outings. That kind of form does not go unnoticed.

Indeed, the Mirror claimed earlier this month that Liverpool had made Bremer their first choice option this summer – and coukd get the South American defender for a bargain fee of less than £10million. But that value could be about to increase.

That is because Toro News claim another three Premier League clubs are keen. Indeed, West Ham are keen – as are Everton and Fulham. He has a contract with Torino until the summer of 2023, but it is clear he is set to leave in the summer.


West Ham United plotting summer move for Rangers centre-back Connor Goldson

According to Football Insider, West Ham United are plotting a potential summer move for Rangers centre-back Connor Goldson as manager David Moyes looks to strengthen his defence.

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The 28-year-old has around 16 months left on his current deal at Ibrox, and extension talks are yet to commence.

Rangers are focusing solely on winning the Scottish Premiership at the moment, but they will not be keen on losing one of their best players anytime soon and are likely to rebuff any interests for him this summer.

Goldson has been very crucial to their impressive campaign this term, starting all of their Scottish Premiership and Europa League games so far.

The former Brighton & Hove Albion star is attracting interests from the Premier League again from the look of things, and a return to the top-flight could interest him.

West Ham had the Rangers star on their radar last summer, while Leeds United were also reportedly keen as they prepared for life back in the big-time.

Moyes has Angelo Ogbonna and Craig Dawson as his first-choice centre-back duo, with Fabian Balbuena and Issa Diop providing cover.

However, changes are expected in the summer as West Ham will look to mount a stronger top-four challenge next term and going forward, and Goldson could be brought in.

Ending the season in top-four will definitely boost their chances of landing the Englishman, but Rangers could also offer Champions League football next term if they scale through the rigorous qualifying stages.

The Light Blues have not lost once in 30 league matches so far this term, shipping just nine goals, and they have Goldson to thank.

He has made almost 150 appearances since joining them in the summer of 2018, but would most likely be keen to prove himself in the Premier League, and West Ham could be offering that chance.

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Meerkat 9:48 Wed Feb 24
Re: Wednesday newspapers (includes West Ham)
Thanks Alan .

I recall Goldson being a very average player at Brighton.

Russ of the BML 8:16 Wed Feb 24
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Ta Al.

COOL HAND LUKE 7:11 Wed Feb 24
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Thanks Al, trust you are keeping well.

Bremer looks a unit. And the Rangers geezer, too. None of this means a damn thing though if we 'listen to offers' (at ANY value) for Declan. Surely the current situation with the team should encourage him to stay, albeit his earnings will need some very serious review PDQ.

Jasnik 7:10 Wed Feb 24
Re: Wednesday newspapers (includes West Ham)
ED25 - that is one strange report

Mex Martillo 5:18 Wed Feb 24
Re: Wednesday newspapers (includes West Ham)
Thanks Alan 11:25 Wed Feb 24

Thanks Alan 11:25 Wed Feb 24
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bill green 11:03 Wed Feb 24

bill green 11:03 Wed Feb 24
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tiddingtoniron 10:55 Wed Feb 24

blueeyed.handsomeman 10:57 Wed Feb 24
Re: Wednesday newspapers (includes West Ham)
THankyou Alan

tiddingtoniron 10:55 Wed Feb 24
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Thanks Alan (on behalf of the non keyboard warrior silent majority here)

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