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West Ham United – teamtalk.com 17 Jan 11:45

All the completed Premier League transfers in the January window

All the incomings and outgoings in the Premier League during the January transfer window….

 

Arsenal

Players in: Konstantinos Mavropanos (£2.2m, PAS Giannina)

Players out: Francis Coquelin (£10.6m, Valencia)

Bournemouth

Players in:

Players out:

Brighton

Players in:

Players out: Jamie Murphy (loan, Rangers)

Burnley

Players in: Georges-Kevin Nkoudou (loan, Tottenham)

Players out:

Chelsea

Players in: Ross Barkley (£15m, Everton)

Players out: Diego Costa (undisclosed, Atletico Madrid); Jake Clarke-Salter (loan, Sunderland)

Crystal Palace

Players in:

Players out:

Everton

Players in: Cenk Tosun (£27m, Besiktas)

Players out: Ross Barkley (£15m, Chelsea); Liam Walsh (£1m, Bristol City); Gethin Jones (undisclosed, Fleetwood); Kevin Mirallas (loan, Olympiakos)

Huddersfield Town

Players in: Terence Kongolo (Monaco, loan); Alex Pritchard (£11m, Norwich)

Players out: Kasey Palmer (loan recall, Chelsea)

Leicester City

Players in: Adrien Silva (£22m, Sporting Lisbon), Fousseni Diabate (£4.4m, Gazelec Ajaccio)

Players out:

Liverpool

Players in: Virgil van Dijk (£75m, Southampton);

Players out: Philippe Coutinho (£142m, Barcelona), Cameron Brannagan (undisclosed, Oxford United), Ryan Kent (loan, Bristol City)

Manchester City

Players in:

Players out: Marlos Moreno (Flamengo, loan)

Manchester United

Players in:

Players out: James Wilson (Sheffield United, loan)

Newcastle United

Players in:

Players out: Adam Armstrong (loan, Blackburn), Ivan Toney (Scunthorpe, loan)

Southampton

Players in:

Players out: Virgil van Dijk (£75m, Liverpool)

Stoke City

Players in: Moussa Niakate (undisclosed, Paris FC), Moritz Bauer (undisclosed, Rubin Kazan)

Players out:

Swansea City

Players in:

Players out:

Tottenham Hotspur

Players in:

Players out: Georges-Kevin Nkoudou (loan, Burnley), Marcus Edwards (loan, Norwich)

Watford

Players in:

Players out:

West Bromwich Albion

Players in:

Players out:

West Ham United

Players in:

Players out:

 

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West Ham United – teamtalk.com 17 Jan 11:10

EXCLUSIVE: Moyes and West Ham disagree over Snodgrass wish

West Ham co-owners David Sullivan and David Gold are considering David Moyes’ appeal to bring Robert Snodgrass back to the club this month, sources have told TEAMtalk.

Despite reports suggesting Snodgrass will remain at Aston Villa for the season, our sources have indicated West Ham do have an option to bring the Scotland winger back to the London Stadium – but would have to play a substantial fee for the privilege.

We have been told it would cost West Ham more than £2.5million to re-sign him – the same season-long loan fee Villa paid the Hammers to sign him in the summer.

However, Gold and Sullivan have never been convinced by Snodgrass, despite paying Hull City over £10million just 12 months ago – and they are certainly not happy with the idea of paying big money to get their own player back.

However, Moyes is a huge fan of Snodgrass having tried to sign him ahead of West Ham for Sunderland last year and is doing his utmost to talk Sullivan and Gold around.

Discussing the chances of recalling the player at the weekend, Moyes’ No 2 Alan Irvine said: “I believe that he is there [at Villa] for the year, I don’t know what the arrangement was, I am not aware of any opportunity for us to recall him.

“He is doing really well, I saw a but of him at the weekend and the quality he has and funny enough, he’s a player I tried to sign at West Brom but didn’t get to him.

“But I don’t think that we can call him back.”

However, with the added problems of Michail Antonio being ruled out for an extended period, Moyes believes Snodgrass could be a big player for the Hammers should they get him back.

Robert Snodgrass: Joins West Ham for £10.2m

Snodgrass’ performances for Villa though have caught the eye of manager Steve Bruce, who has made no secret of his wish to make a deal for the player permanent.

“I’ve had the joy of working with him for some time,” Bruce said. “I paid a lot of money for him when I was at Hull.

“He got injured in his very first game for me. Then after 18 months out he’s now shown the form what makes him a very good player.

“I thought he was outstanding. He’s been very good for us since taking him on loan and he’s enjoying his football.

“That’s important for Snoddy. Let’s hope he keeps going.

“We would love to sign him permanently. I think it’s fair to say that we have to get promoted to make it happen.

“Obviously he’s going to be a lot of money.”

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West Ham United – teamtalk.com 17 Jan 10:58

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West Ham United – teamtalk.com 17 Jan 08:56

Paper Talk: Mkhitaryan wages scare Arsenal; Aubameyang deal close

A Roma defender has been linked to Chelsea, while Henrikh Mkhitaryan has demanded a huge pay rise if he is to join Arsenal, according to Wednesday’s papers.

 

MKHI DEMANDING HIS SHARE

Manchester United midfielder Henrikh Mkhitaryan has demanded astronomical wages if he is to join Arsenal in a deal for Alexis Sanchez, a report claims.

The Daily Record claims that Mkhitaryan has told Arsenal he wants the same wage package that was offered to Sanchez if he is to move to North London.

The Armenia international allegedly has several reservations about moving to the Gunners, including having to drop down to the Europa League and the club being adrift of the top four currently.

A return to former club Borussia Dortmund is believed to be the preference of the 28-year-old rather than a switch to the Emirates.

The report goes on to state that his agent, Mino Raiola, is demanding Arsenal make Mkhitaryan the highest paid player in the club’s history if they are to tempt him to leave Manchester.

Mkhitaryan currently earns around £140,000-a-week at United, but Arsenal’s final contract offer to Sanchez reached £300,000-a-week, reports claim.

Speaking about Mkhitaryan’s future, agent Raiola told The Times: “Manchester United are not going to sign Sanchez unless Mkhi agrees to join Arsenal.

“Mkhi is going to do what is best for him. He has two-and-a-half years left on his contract, so it’s his decision.”

 

 

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AND THE REST

Manchester United are prepared to offer Arsenal £35million and Alexis Sanchez £350,000-a-week, should the swap deal for Henrikh Mkhitaryan fall through (The Sun)

Ed Woodward, United’s executive vice-chairman, is hopeful of signing Sanchez and the Chile international is Jose Mourinho’s top target (Times)

Tottenham have 21-year-old Norwich midfielder James Madison in their sights, along with Liverpool and Manchester City (Evening Standard)

Chelsea are chasing the signature of Roma defender Emerson Palmieri (Mirror)

 

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Jose Mourinho is close to signing a new five-year contract with United. The new deal is two years longer than his initial agreement with United, which saw him signed up for three years in May 2016

Borussia Dortmund forward Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang has agreed personal terms with Arsenal chiefs – leaving it to their Bundesliga club counterparts to finalise a deal (Mirror)

 

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Theo Walcott will complete his £20million move to Everton on Wednesday after spending Tuesday afternoon at the Toffees’ training ground Finch Farm for a medical and finalising terms (Liverpool Echo)

David Moyes may have publicly denied that he is aware of a Chelsea bid for Andy Carroll, however West Ham bosses are willing to listen to offers of £20million

Swansea are favourites to sign AC Milan’s £35million striker (WalesOnline)

Newcastle owner Mike Ashley has ended takeover talks with prospective buyer Amanda Staveley (Press Association Sport)

Argentinian 31-year-old former Liverpool winger Sebastian Leto, currently playing in the UAE Arabian Gulf League with Emirates Club, could return to English football after opening talks with Fulham (Daily Mail)

 

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West Ham United – teamtalk.com 17 Jan 08:06

Moyes unaware of Carroll interest amid 30m Chelsea links

West Ham manager David Moyes has spoken out amid claims that striker Andy Carroll is set for a move to Chelsea this month.

The club have reportedly fielded interest from their London rivals and are prepared to listen to offers for the striker before the end of the January transfer window.

Carroll was not included in the squad on Tuesday as West Ham edged into the FA Cup fourth round after a 1-0 replay win over League One side Shrewsbury.

Shrewsbury held their Premier League opponents to a goalless draw in the opening match last week and thwarted them for another 90 minutes at the London Stadium before Reece Burke struck in extra time.

Moyes said Carroll was absent with an ankle injury and insisted he was not aware of any offer from Chelsea.

“They’ve not made contact with me. If they’ve made contact with someone else I don’t know about it,” Moyes said.

“Andy Carroll is part of my squad. I want to add to my squad, not lose anybody. There’s been a lot of rumours regarding a loan but as far as I know it’s not officially come from Chelsea.”

Asked if he had any indication Carroll wanted to leave West Ham, Moyes added: “No. At the moment Andy has an ankle injury.

“He had an injection around 10 days ago and we hope that will settle and he will be available again as soon as possible.”

Fellow striker Javier Hernandez, also linked with a move away from West Ham, was also left out of the squad to face Shrewsbury but again Moyes pointed to problems with fitness.

“Chicharito had the flu,” Moyes said.

“I’m not keen to lose any players at all. I’m more keen to add players to the squad. We didn’t have players sitting in the stand tonight because we thought we could do without them.”

Burke was among a youthful West Ham line-up and an upset could have been on the cards had Shrewsbury striker Stefan Payne not missed a one-on-one with Joe Hart in the second half of normal time.

“Cup ties are difficult, the expectation is on us to make all the running,” Moyes said.

“The expectation was too high and I knew with our team it was going to be touch and go.”

 

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