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Sakho “is going nowhere”

sak with ballDiafra Sakho will not be leaving West Ham for Chelsea or anywhere else!

And there remains only the tiniest chance that Jose Mourinho will be able to prise Enner Valencia away from Upton Park.

Morning reports that the two players interest the Premier League leaders have not been denied by West Ham but ClaretandHugh has been told emphatically Chelsea’s inquiry is getting short shrift inside the club.

It was reported this morning that the duo interested the south west London club but it is Valencia who really appeals to Mourinho.

And we have just been told by a top Hammers insider: “There is absolutely no chance of Diafra Sakho leaving the club.

“We are aware of the interest in Valencia but there is only the tiniest chance of him moving.”

 

 

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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

2 comments on “Sakho “is going nowhere”

  1. Here we go again, West Ham put together a nice little run, finally some quality players scoring some great goals and another London club wants to come in a pillage the quality. There can be no better supported club in London, the West Ham fans recognize quality, other London clubs buy the quality aa soon as they are threatened so they let them fester on the bench. It would be a sad day if they go especially as the news about the development squad is not so good.

  2. We will not sell anyone,this is the norm to make us think there is money avaliable,we are not interested in Gomis and with Bony leaving Swansea are not going to sell him,Sakho and Carroll with Cole spare give us all the target men we need,so we don’t need Remy for valencia,Valencia for Oscar or Hazard now that would be good business,we should sort out the Reid problem for the new manager next year.

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