Sport Adrian to speak to Pellegrini before deciding West Ham future

19:26  11 june  2018
19:26  11 june  2018 Source:   readsport.co

Premier League manager Pellegrini robbed at gunpoint

  Premier League manager Pellegrini robbed at gunpoint West Ham manager Manuel Pellegrini and his wife have been held up by armed robbers who fired at police before escaping. The 64-year-old former Man City boss and his wife Carola Pucci were unharmed after being targeted in the Chilean capital of Santiago.They were driving to a restaurant with friends in the upmarket suburb of Vitacura when their car was intercepted by the muggers, the Chilean news site 24 Horas reports. © Getty Manchester City manager Manuel Pellegrini Pellegrini and his friends are said to have tried to calm the criminals down before they had weapons pointed at them.

Adrian reveals that nobody from West Ham United has told him where he stands in regards to his future . West Ham United star Adrian has told Radio Marca that he is in the dark over his future in East London and wants a conversation with new manager Manuel Pellegrini .

West Ham United goalkeeper Adrian says he has 'nothing to prove' but is unsure over his future at the club following the appointment of Manuel Pellegrini as manager. West Ham man won’t commit to club despite Pellegrini arrival –…

Adrian says he will wait to hear from Manuel Pellegrini before making a decision about his West Ham future.

Speaking to Copa Sevilla, as cited by Sport Witness, the goalkeeper has played down talk of a move away amid links to Real Betis.

“I’m waiting to hear Pellegrini’s ideas, and from there will make a decision. In addition to Pellegrini’s opinion, the contractual situation also influences, if the club want me they should show it with an extension, there is already the president, with who we have to iron out rough edges, that will be seen, West Ham is my second home.”

“Both options are there, the first thing is to sit down with the club and see the situation. In the Premier League I have a good name, here with Betis also a good image, once we know the idea of the club we will make a decision.”

Fredericks becomes Pellegrini's first West Ham signing

  Fredericks becomes Pellegrini's first West Ham signing Manuel Pellegrini has completed his first signing as West Ham manager, bringing in defender Ryan Fredericks from Fulham.West Ham have completed the signing of right-back Ryan Fredericks on a free transfer from newly promoted Fulham.

West Ham goalkeeper Adrian has confirmed that he is set to meet with his club’s new manager Manuel Pellegrini to discuss his future . The Spanish international has a year left on his current deal at the London Stadium.

Pellegrini targets Europe with West Ham . West Ham boss Pellegrini ‘robbed at gunpoint’ during visit to Chile as police confirm shots fired. “I know we’ve been speaking about it for a while and trying to get things in place and finally, we’ve got it over the line.

a football player kicking a ball in front of a crowd: Michael Regan/Getty Images Sport © Michael Regan/Getty Images Sport Michael Regan/Getty Images Sport

After falling out of favour under David Moyes, Adrian has been linked with a move back to his former side, but he isn’t ruling out staying at the London Stadium.

Moyes rotated between both Adrian and Joe Hart last season, with neither goalkeeper really able to nail down a place as number one.

Adrian’s decision on his future is likely to be dependent on the guarantees of regular game time, something Pellegrini may not be able to offer if he wants to bring in his own players.

The Spaniard has been a fan favourite at West Ham since joining from Betis back in 2013.

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West Ham open talks for Jordan Lukaku .
West Ham are reported to have opened talks to sign Lazio full-back Jordan Lukaku. Although attention has been trained on the Hammers’ pursuit of Lazio forward Felipe Anderson, it seems Manuel Pellegrini is also interested in their left back Lukaku. The Belgian made 44 appearances in all competitions last year, but mainly as a substitute. Senad Lulic asserted a firm grip on the left wing-back role last season, forcing Lukaku into a rotational role. Aaron Cresswell and Arthur Masuaku present themselves as the left-sided players already available to Pellegrini at the London Stadium, but the Chilean may be looking to introduce his own players to East London. As the deal for Felipe Anderson encounters friction, Pellegrini continues to search for a ‘statement signing’ in his first summer in the capital. The 23-year-old defender is highly touted as a future star, and may signal to the fans that change is afoot for a club who endured a problematic season on and off the pitch. Lukaku would join brother Romelu in the UK should he decide to leave Italy.

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