West Ham daily – Magnusson defends himself, Zola reassured about future, and van Nistelrooy on his way to Upton Park?

Every morning A Different League searches the nations press to bring you the latest goings on at your club. Today:

Gianfranco Zola has been reassured about his future as West Ham United manager after meeting the club’s new joint-owners yesterday for the second time. (The Times)

Former West Ham owner Eggert Magnusson has lept to his own defence after being accused by David Sullivan of leaving the club “on its knees” financially. (The Telegraph)

Asian businessman Tony Fernandes has spoken about his sadness in failing to take control of West Ham United. (The Telegraph)

New West Ham owner David Sullivan has promised to free up funds for manager Gianfranco Zola to buy a defender and two much needed strikers before the end of the January transfer window. (The Telegraph)

Gianfranco Zola has joined the race to bring Ruud van Nistelrooy back to the Premier League. (The Mirror)

West Ham are said to be following Scunthorpe United midfielder Michael O’Connor. (The Mirror)

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