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No way out of a Hammers hell

Joe-Hart-644781Joe Hart’s hopes of finding a way out of his West Ham hell before transfer deadline days look next to zero.

The Times reports this morning that the keeper is ready to push for a new loan elsewhere before Wednesday’s cut off point but the Hammers are unlikely to accept any such a proposition.

CandH was told that there as no time to find a replacement even if the club was interested in ending the loan which – given all the other business they are involved in trying to conclude – they aren’t.

There has allegedly been some interest from Newcastle but with any move also needing to be sanctioned by Manchester City and a replacement found such a situation looks looks a total non starter.

 

West Ham had an option to buy Hart in the summer, which they are now highly unlikely to use.

And that means City have the problem of trying to shift the player and his £175,000-a-week wages with just 12 months remaining on his contract, potentially meaning they will have to loan him out for a third season until his contract expires.

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Hugh Southon is a lifelong Iron and the founding editor of ClaretandHugh. He is a national newspaper journalist of many years experience and was Bobby Moore's 'ghost' writer during the great man's lifetime. He describes ClaretandHugh as "the Hammers daily newspaper!" Follow on Twitter @hughsouthon

10 comments on “No way out of a Hammers hell

  1. Absolute liability this bloke. Hope we are not forced to use him again, thought it was disgusting of Slav to drop Adrian just because he WAS England’s No1. Certainly not now.
    Waste of money!

  2. iDIOTIC WASTE OF MONEY . ADRIAN HAD A POOR RUN BUT HE IS A GOOD QUALITY KEEPER. HART IS NOT GOOD ENOUGH AND A BLOCK TO THE WAGE / TRANSFER BUDGET . WHY CAN’T WE GET RID NOW ?

    • Sullivan and the board have no bloody idea.
      If we stay up it will be more good luck than good management at both levels.I am sure the muppets could do better than Sullivan.

      • blame the board? ….really?
        Bilic was given the opportunity to sign englands No.1 (at the time) & the board backed him. Bilic played him & tried to keep faith in him, as he did with his tactics & over all team selection. As we know that all went to sh1t, Moyes came in & promptly dropped him after a couple of games.
        So where in that have the board been at fault? Apart from maybe not sacking Bilic earlier.

        • Seriously? No wonder we are in the precarious position we are in with the player list.Couple this with supporters backing a Brady bunch board.REMEMBER WHAT WE WERE PROMISED ON LEAVING UPTON PARK.”WORLD CLASS PLAYERS” BIGGEST LOAD OF B.. SH.. WE HAVE BEEN FED BY OWNERS AND BOARD.

  3. Because sully wanted him ! And randy got out first ! Bilic was told , he was too soft ! Plus he made Adrian his scapegoat for how the team was performing , even when hart came in he was shifting goals at a embarrassing rate ! Combination of board and bilic sees us where we are now !! Hart wants out because he still believes he’s got a chance with england
    That’s why he came in the first place ! He simply isn’t good enough ! He never was .
    If I remember rightly sully made remarks about Adrian and randy to bring hart in ? And upset the applecart again ! Another Sullivan gaff ! One of many and continuing still .😉

  4. Bilic bought him

  5. I would let him go £100k plus wages we could use on players & extend Ginge for a year.
    Never understood the deal to begin with & for money spent for a season for him to pkay 15 games could of bought Szczesny.
    Or got a creativite player which we needed badly.
    I’d happily see him off will Sell Sakho & Ayew like them or not offer more then Hart.

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