Hammers wait on offers for winger

west_hams_sofiane_feghouli_celebrates_scoring_their_third_goal_317515West Ham believe there remains interest in Sofiane Feghouli from Italian outfit Roma but won’t let him leave for less than £9 million in the summer.

Slaven Bilic may now be ready to listen to summer offers for the player following the arrival of Robert Snodgrass and although Algerian has started to show some form a decent offer would be considered.

Roma have had a long term interest in the 27 year old although ClaretandHugh has been told this evening that there is other interest beyond that.

With Michail Antonio and Snodgrass available down the right with Andre Ayew also available in emergencies it looks likely that all options remain open should a club show firm interest in Feghouli.

ClaretandHugh was told: ” We believe there is interest beyond Roma and we will always listen should sensible inquiries be made.

“However Sofiane is a good player who is showing some decent form and has the rest of the season to show he can become a valuable player to the club,”


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13 comments on “Hammers wait on offers for winger

  1. Another bulls**t Fehgouli article. It’s not really relevant in February that we may consider bids for him in June.

  2. Sell Noble instead. lol

    • Oh Roman if only it could happen . Unfortunately there is absolutely NO chance of anyone buying Noble and his crazy contract means nobody will match his wages . We can only dream on !

  3. If indeed there is a source giving these ludicrous releases at this time of year then he (or she) would be better shutting up. Firstly the summer transfer window is four months away. Secondly why not do business behind closed doors. Thirdly Feghouli has been starting every game recently and just hit a bit of form so why disrupt his belated progress – let him concentrate on playing.
    As for the usual Bubs tirade against our longest serving player – your point of view does not gain any merit by being tiresomely repeated time and again. He too has shown a bit more form recently. Give the guy a break.

    • I will ask one question then jonyd ” Would Noble be a starter in any other Premier League team??” The answer is NO.

  4. The answer is quite obviously yes so don’t be a prat.

  5. Do some of you have an innate inability to use sites without bemoaning articles or being rude to other users.

    • I am sorry – I was just defending a guy (Nobes) from repeated attack – he is a massive ⚒ fan and will be more disappointed than anyone that his form dipped this season. His stats for covering the ground, completing passes, successful tackles, and % penalty conversions mean yes of course he would start in other teams.

  6. Nobes is important to us. He will be around for a couple more years yet in my view. He might not always start for the remainder of his contract who knows but I tell you what if ever there is a dead cert to go into management at our club, perhaps as Slavs assistant, then it’s Mark Noble. I hope so.

  7. We always say that as fans all we want to see is players giving their best at all times, never letting the club down off the field, looking as if they care. Can the anti Noble brigade tell me which of these does not describe Noble. He has ticked all these boxes for over ten years?

  8. Thought this thread was about Sofiane…. and yet another negative article about him from this site. Not sure if I watch the same team as the journo ‘experts’ but Fehgouli my motm against West Brom, he’s a very exciting little player for me.

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