West Ham United

20th Premier League | 0-0-0
  • Goals For
    11th
    47 GF
  • Assists
    13th
    29 GA
  • Shots
    8th
    361 Shots
  • Saves
    10th
    117 SAV
  • West Ham agree deal for Javier Hernandez
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    West Ham agree deal for Javier Hernandez

    Chicharito is heading back to the Premier League. On Thursday West Ham United revealed they had agreed a deal with Bayer Leverkusen for the Mexico striker who will now undergo a medical and agree personal terms. Hernandez, 29, reportedly had a $18 million release clause in his contract. If that’s correct, this is a bargain for West Ham. Below is the statement released by the Hammers. “West Ham United and Bayer Leverkusen have agreed terms for the transfer of Javier Hernandez to London Stadium. “The former Manchester United and Real Madrid striker will fly to London in the coming days to finalise personal terms and undergo a medical with the Hammers.” Hernandez became Mexico’s all-time leading

  • West Ham Told to Stump Up Over £20m to Land Crocked Arsenal Ace Jack Wilshere
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    West Ham Told to Stump Up Over £20m to Land Crocked Arsenal Ace Jack Wilshere

    ​Arsenal have told West Ham United it will cost them over £20m to secure the signing of midfield outcast Jack Wilshere, according to the ​Daily Star. The Hammers have allegedly put the feelers out on enquiring about Wilshere's asking price, and have been told in no uncertain terms that they will need to stump up a handsome fee to land the 25-year-old. Arsenal's price tag is three times higher than the rumoured £6m bid they rejected out of hand from Serie A side Sampdoria - gossip which means that either the Italians's opening salvo was way too low or that the Gunners feel that they can milk West Ham for plenty of cash. West Ham will no doubt baulk at the figure set on Wilshere's head, especially

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    LIVE: PSG could spend £196m on Neymar; Chicharito set for West Ham

    TOP STORY: PSG chasing Neymar; Barca say 'not for sale' Marco Verratti, Ousmane Dembele and Kylian Mbappe will be targeted by Barcelona if they lose Neymar to Paris Saint-Germain, according to the Daily Mail. A second report in the same outlet claims that Manchester United and Chelsea were interested in the Brazil international but withdrew due to the size of his reported £196 million asking price. The Guardian claims that PSG are growing more confident about their chances of bringing Neymar to France, with the player's father due to hold discussions with the club. However, having missed out on signing him last summer from a similar situation, they remain cautious about circumstances changing