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In brief - Friday's news round-up

Filed: Friday, 21st June 2019
By: Staff Writer #2

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

West Ham offered £35m Maxi Gomez alternative with Sheffield United also interested
WEST HAM have been offered Real Betis striker Loren Moron if they fail to land top target Maxi Gomez.

Man Utd target Declan Rice 'does not believe it's the right time' to make transfer
The West Ham midfielder has been strongly linked with a move to Old Trafford - but is reportedly unsure.

West Ham 'set to offer pay rise to Manchester United target Issa Diop having turned down £45m deal'... after they trolled centre-back's suitors by tweeting highlights video of player
West Ham are reportedly preparing to offer Issa Diop an improved contract amid interest from Manchester United.

Fabianski: Save of the season was made on the training ground
Lukasz Fabianski reflected on the save which won the club's Save of the Season award by saying it was made on the training ground.

Scraps, steaks and trophies - John Moncur's unique West Ham career
June 1994. With Swindon Town having been relegated, Iíd already spoken to Chelsea and was now talking to Billy Bonds, too.

Pablo Fornals thrilled with winning goal for Spain
New West Ham United signing Pablo Fornals could not be happier with his goalscoring effort in Spainís 2-1 win over Belgium at the UEFA European Under-21 Championship.

Leon and Canada into World Cup last 16 despite Netherlands defeat
West Ham United's Adriana Leon and the Canada national team are through to the last-16 of the Women's World Cup despite suffering a 2-1 defeat to Group E winners the Netherlands.

Fornals strike keeps Spain's Euro hopes alive [video]
Pablo Fornals gave Hammers fans a tantalising glimpse of what could be in store when he scored a late winner in Spain's clash with Belgium in the European Under 21 Championships.

It's a 'no' to Socios [video]
The most prominent independent West Ham content providers have joined together in order to condemn West Ham United's "strategic partnership" with blockchain platform Socios.

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