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In brief - Tuesday's news round-up

Filed: Tuesday, 2nd January 2018
By: Staff Writer #2

Get the very latest West Ham news in one place, with our new daily media round-up!

Swansea keen to sign Sakho from West Ham but wages scupper Ayew move
Swansea City are interested in signing Diafra Sakho from West Ham United but a deal to take Andre Ayew back to the Liberty Stadium is viewed as unlikely at the moment because of the Ghanaianís salary.

Robert Snodgrass strikes twice for Aston Villa in rout of Bristol City
Scott Hogan put Aston Villa on course for their best win of the season with his first Championship goal for the club at Villa Park as they trounced Bristol City 5-0 to move back into the top six.

West Ham striker Javier Hernandez is eager to prove himself as a worthy starter following a succession of substitute appearances
West Ham striker Javier Hernandez is targeting a regular spot in the Premier League club's starting line-up after successive substitute appearances in recent games.

West Ham need Marko Arnautovic form to continue, says David Moyes
David Moyes has urged Marko Arnautovic to continue his good form into the New Year and help West Ham climb away from danger.

West Ham boss David Moyes urges Marko Arnautovic to continue his current goal-scoring form to help his side climb the Premier League
David Moyes has urged Marko Arnautovic to bring his sparkling form into the new year and help West Ham climb the table.

Obiang: Everything can change with three points
Pedro Obiang is ready to kick-off a big week in West Ham Unitedís season when they take on West Bromwich Albion on Tuesday night.

West Ham United v West Brom: All you need to know
West Ham United welcome former manager Alan Pardew and his West Brom team to London Stadium on Tuesday.

Betway Insider's View of the Opposition: West Brom
Even the award of a controversial penalty could not stop West Bromís winless run in the Premier League stretching to 19 matches against Arsenal on New Yearís Eve.

You'll win nothing without kids
West Ham United fielded the joint second oldest squad in the Premier League for the opening half of the 2017/18 season.

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