West Ham United striker Andy Carroll could be out of action for up to four months after damaging ankle ligaments in training, Sky Sports has reported.
The Premier League side are currently on a pre-season tour of New Zealand, and Carroll was left out of Wednesday’s defeat to Wellington Phoenix as a precaution after feeling pain in his left ankle, and he has since undergone scans which have determined the extent of the damage. He will...More
West Ham United manager Sam Allardyce has said that his side’s home form will be key to their fortunes next season as they look to improve on last season’s 13th place, Goal.com has reported.
In their first season back in the Premier League after promotion in 2012, West Ham had one of the division’s best home records, and as a result they achieved a top half finish. Last season, however, they often struggled in front of their own supp...More
West Ham United are exploring the possibility of bringing Manchester United wingers Ashley Young and Wilfried Zaha to the Boleyn Ground on loan, the Metro has reported.
Manager Sam Allardyce is keen on signing either or both of them, and will make a move should new United boss Louis van Gaal decide to make them available, with both having struggled to make meaningful impacts at Old Trafford.
After being signed from Aston Villa in th...More
West Ham have confirmed the signing of Ecuador World Cup striker Enner Valencia, subject to a work permit, according to the club’s official website.
Valencia moves to the Hammers from Mexican side Pachuca and the club’s statement claims West Ham beat a number of Europe’s top clubs to his signature. The fee is officially undisclosed and Valencia has signed a five-year contract.
The 25-year-old scored three times for Ecuador at the Wo...More
West Ham United have completed the signing of Ecuador striker Enner Valencia Sky Sports is reporting, parting with a sum of around £15m for the player who impressed at the World Cup.
The striker scored all three of his country’s goals in Brazil this summer and moves to Upton Park for big money as Sam Allardyce continues to improve a squad that came in for criticism last season.
The Hammers finished 13th last time round and just seve...More
West Ham United manager Sam Allardyce is close to making his fifth signing of the summer, with Ecuador star Enner Valencia set to arrive from Pachuca, the Daily Mail has reported.
The East London club expect to announce the deal in the next 48 hours, having paid £12m to bring the 24-year-old to the Premier League. He will join Argentine striker Mauro Zarate, former Anderlecht midfielder Cheikhou Kouyate, Ipswich Town left-back Aaron ...More
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