Sport West Ham linked with a move for Piccini

23:26  12 july  2018
23:26  12 july  2018 Source:   readsport.co

West Ham interested in Everton's Bolasie

  West Ham interested in Everton's Bolasie West Ham are among the clubs considering a move for out-of-favour Everton winger Yannick Bolasie. The Guardian reports that the player is expected to move on from Goodison Park this summer and West Ham are said to be keen. The Hammers were heavily linked with the player when it became known he was leaving Crystal Palace. West Ham and Spurs were both keen to sign the player then, but he opted to join Everton. However, this time around, there is also thought to be interest from Turkey with Fenerbahce linked with a move for the player. Bolasie’s time at Everton has not gone as he would have hoped. Injuries have seen him become a peripheral figure at the club and they now look set to cut their losses. Marco Silva is ready to wield the axe on the current Everton squad, selling fringe players and trimming the club’s wage bill in what looks set to be a busy summer transfer window.

However, the Hammers face competition in their apparent pursuit of Dragovic, with Brighton and Everton also linked with a move . West Ham could move for Payet if his wage demands are lowered.

Manchester United defender Daley Blind has in the last few days been linked with a move to Turkey giants Fenerbahce in the January transfer window, according to talkSPORT, who Hurriyet. West Ham are reportedly keeping a close eye on Sporting CP defender Cristiano Piccini .

West Ham and Manchester United have reportedly expressed an interest in signing Sporting CP right-back Cristiano Piccini.

According to an exclusive report from Turkish-Football, sources close to the player have indicated that he could look to move away from Sporting following the recent attack on the club’s players by ‘fans’ at the training ground.

Piccini is believed to be unsettled by the recent events and is weighing up his options ahead of next season. According to Turkish-Football, the Hammers could be one of these options, with Manuel Pellegrini’s side among the potential suitors for Piccini.

Wolves not interested in West Ham target Mawson

  Wolves not interested in West Ham target Mawson West Ham have been given a boost in their hopes of landing Swansea City defender Alfie Mawson, with the news that Wolves are not interested in the player. Local Wolves paper Express and Star have reported that Wolves are not in the running to sign the Swansea City star this summer. Previous reports that emerged yesterday claimed that the player was a target for the newly-promoted Premier League side. Wolves are set for a busy summer as they prepare for Premier League football at Molineux. Due to their links with super agent Jorge Mendes, a host of players have seen themselves linked with a move to the club. West Ham had been linked with a double move for both Mawson and Lukasz Fabianski, who joined the club earlier this month. Mawson has attracted a number of clubs after an impressive campaign for Swansea, despite their relegation down to the Championship.

West Ham linked with move for Danish international Yussuf Poulsen. By Ryan Darby. Adrian could force move out of West Ham . By Alex Murray. West Ham make club-record bid for striker, Championship clubs eye Hammers outcast and more: West Ham news round-up.

West Ham have reportedly revived their interest in Stoke City midfielder Badou Ndiaye. For months, the Hammers were linked with a swoop for the Senegalese midfielder but Galatasaray and then the Potters secured respective deals for him.

a group of men playing a game of football: Alex Caparros/Getty Images Sport © Alex Caparros/Getty Images Sport Alex Caparros/Getty Images Sport

It would be an unusual move for West Ham given their recent signing of Ryan Fredericks from Fulham, with the Englishman also a right-back.

However, it seems interest is building with regards to a deal for Piccini this summer. It’s claimed that Besiktas have made a concrete approach for the player, whilst Inter Milan are also keen.

If West Ham are indeed serious in their interest in signing Piccini, it seems they’ll need to act fast to fend off competition from across Europe.

Atletico Madrid v Sporting CP - UEFA Europa League Quarter Final Leg One © Gonzalo Arroyo Moreno/Getty Images Sport Atletico Madrid v Sporting CP - UEFA Europa League Quarter Final Leg One

West Ham eye move to sign another striker this summer .
Manuel Pellegrini has his eyes set on a deal to sign another striker this summer, according to the London Evening Standard. West Ham could be about to enter the new season with just two strikers available in the form of Javier Hernandez and Jordan Hugill. The report claims that the Hammers are being linked with Porto striker Moussa Marega, who has long been linked with a move to the Premier League. Marko Arnautovic was largely used as a central striker under David Moyes and impressed there, but it is yet to be seen where Pellegrini plans to use the Austrian. The Hammers have been busy in the transfer market this summer, bringing in the likes of Jack Wilshere, Felipe Anderson, Issa Diop, Andriy Yarmolenko, Ryan Fredericks, Fabian Balbuena and Lukasz Fabianski. The club have backed the new manager in the transfer market as they look to improve on their domestic performance in the upcoming season.

—   Share news in the SOC. Networks

Topical videos:

This is interesting!