- Tue Oct 24 6:32 PM
WEST HAM striker Diafra Sakho says he remains determined to leave the club after a proposed move in the summer collapsed.
- Tue Oct 24 3:59 PM
Diafra Sakho remains adamant that he wants to leave West Ham and says ‘nothing has changed’ to stop him pursuing a move to France in January. Sakho tried to engineer a switch in the summer.
- Tue Oct 24 10:13 AM
West Ham are considering an ambitious move for Hoffenheim manager Julian Nagelsmann as a potential replacement for Slaven Bilic. Thomas Tuchel is also on the Hammers' list of targets.
- Tue Oct 24 7:36 AM
West Ham, who are currently 16th in the Premier League, lost 3-2 at home last month to their London rivals. The sides meet in the fourth round of the Carabao Cup at Wembley on Wednesday.
- Tue Oct 24 12:06 AM
WEST HAM are ready to make a move for brilliant young German coach Julian Nagelsmann as a potential replacement for Slaven Bilic.
- Mon Oct 23 9:05 AM
Today’s tell-all is ahead of the curve With one-time West Ham flop Simone Zaza banging in goals for fun, Valencia’s resurgence is one of the more interesting football talking points in Spain this season. Managed by Marcelino García Toral, Los Che are unbeaten, sit second in La Liga and last night...
- Sun Oct 22 9:20 AM
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- Sun Oct 22 8:24 AM
The ex-Chelsea boss has been linked with a return to Stamford Bridge, along with possible jobs at Arsenal, Everton and West Ham following Bayern exit
- Sat Oct 21 11:57 PM
There is concern in the boardroom that there is no obvious option within the club who could act as a competent caretaker. They are considering a short-term fix and looking at out-of-work managers.
- Sat Oct 21 11:37 AM
West Ham owners and the club board are meeting on Saturday to discuss Slaven Bilic's future as manager, according to Sky sources
- Fri Oct 20 11:07 PM
The Croat signed a three-year deal when he took over from Sam Allardyce in 2015, with his contract running out at the end of the current campaign.
|We'll see what happens in the next days,
Pellegrini told Sky Sports.
We will see what happens in the next few days,
said Hammers boss Pellegrini. The club must see what is best for the club, the player, for everyone. I hope he will take the best decision. I have been in this position a lot of time in my 30 years, but I'm calm with nothing 100 per ce...
We'll see what happens in the next days,
Pellegrini told Sky Sports.
He's a top player and when he plays more minutes and is 100 percent fit, he will make the difference, as he did at Arsenal and Manchester City,
said Pellegrini. In that position, it was necessary to have that kind of player, with Jack Wilshere and Manuel Lanzini out. I trust him a lot.