Sakho new deal done – Noble next!

B4_K9-vCEAEGGbNDiafra Sakho has ironed out his new West Ham deal which is due to kick in after 25 games.

ClaretandHugh revealed several weeks ago that co chairman David Sullivan wanted to reward the player and after pictures were posted by Sakho on the social media networks it was clear a deal had been done.

The player and chairman thrashed out the deal at Sullivan’s mansion today after the player has made one of the most successful steps into the Premier League by any player EVER!

Currently much of the striker’s  deal is based on appearance money but the new deal is thought to take him up tpo £25k a week with bonuses.

Sakho arrived at the club for £3.5 million which goes to £7 million after he has played around 150 games and we were told by a well placed source there are no escape clauses.

A ClaretandHugh source said:  “This has been on the cards for some time and is a great deal for player and the club. The next big deal on the agenda is Mark Noble’s who will be offered another five years in the summer


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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

4 comments on “Sakho new deal done – Noble next!

  1. The Beat Brothers, yo get down!

  2. Good news for the Hammers.

    The guy seemed committed coming here and this survey removed any doubt of him moving on any time soon. Silly money aside (Liverpool anyone), its great to see the club committed to keeping better places.

  3. Surely, not survey

  4. For what it is worth, i am in my 60’s. I saw the 64 cup side raise the cup to the crowd next day in the open top bus outside the club. I still have that image embedded in my memory. Given that, Sakho is a fine player who gives his very best every game to us. He will serve us well. Very happy.

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