Jonjo Shelvey has remained coy when asked whether he ever considered joining the club he supported as a boy.
By John Gates
By Scott Davey
With January fast approaching the Irons will inevitably be linked any number or transfer targets, free signings, permanent deals and loans as Manuel Pellegrini moves to save his dying seson
Qualifying for Euro 2020 was a breeze for England, winning seven and losing just once against the Czech Republic in Prague, as they comfortably topped Group A by a margin of six points.
It’s fair to say that West Ham don’t have the best of records when it comes to bringing in new recruits. Savio Nsereko, Andre Ayew, Jose Fonte, Kieran Dyer… the list of expensive flops goes on. That being said, there have been one or two smart and successful purchases that have lit up the Boleyn Ground and the London Stadium. Let’s take a look at West Ham’s best transfers of the Premier League era.
West Ham’s up-and-down 2018/19 campaign before finishing a respectable 10th in Manuel Pellegrini’s first season begs one question: “What can we expect for the new campaign.”
Manuel Pellegrini will have scared Hammers supporters to death when discussing the future of Declan Rice.