Collins, Payet, Sakho & Ayew: Monday's news

  • by Staff Writer #2
  • Monday, 22nd January 2018

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Andre Ayew: West Ham United reject Swansea City bid for forward
Swansea City have had a bid rejected by West Ham United for their former forward Andre Ayew.

Chelsea need to forget their short-term approach and aim higher than Andy Carroll and Peter Crouch
The Blues have been shockingly linked to some of England's traditional No.9s whilst Man United entice Alexis Sanchez to Old Trafford.

West Ham reject Swansea bid for Andre Ayew
West Ham have rejected a bid from Swansea for striker Andre Ayew, according to Sky sources.

West Ham turn down second offer for Diafra Sakho from Rennes
West Ham have rejected a second offer from Rennes for striker Diafra Sakho, according to Sky sources.

Dimitri Payet leaves young West Ham fan stunned with incredible birthday gesture after dad's tweet goes viral
Lucas Campbell was left on cloud nine when his hero appeared in a video asking him if he would like to attend Marseille's home clash with Metz on Friday, February 2.

West Ham will up their ?2.5m-a-year London Stadium rent... but only if they get greater control and rights as they seek an increase in Stratford capacity
West Ham are willing to increase the ?2.5million-per-year rent they pay to play at the London Stadium, but only if they are handed increased rights and greater control.

Highlights: West Ham United 1-1 AFC Bournemouth
A finish from Chicharito - just 64 seconds after AFC Bournemouth had scored - secured West Ham United a share of the points in a 1-1 draw with the Cherries.

Collins: A point is 'a decent return'
James Collins believes West Ham United were well worth a point in their 1-1 draw against Bournemouth on Saturday.

Hammers support #SmearForSmear
West Ham United Ladies are encouraging women to attend their smear test during Cervical Cancer Prevention Week.

Bournemouth draw: Ten GIFs that tell the story
The Hammers' extended their unbeaten run on Saturday to seven matches with a 1-1 draw at London Stadium against AFC Bournemouth.

First Official Coaching Association session a success
Monday marked the first of West Ham United's Official Coaching Association sessions as local coaches from across grassroots football gathered at Chadwell Heath for the masterclass.

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