Lunchtime Round up: Hamper scammer sentenced to four years in prison.

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Good afternoon, here is a round up of today’s papers.

Ashley Fletcher has explained why he joined West Ham. (Sky Sports)

Slaven Bilic says Jose Mourinho is one of the greatest managers in the game, ahead of Sunday’s clash. (Standard)

Slaven Bilic says he understands why there has been speculation over his future. (Standard)

West Ham want to keep €25m Simone Zaza, and have ignored Napoli’s advances. (Calciomercato). Zaza feels that the decision on West Ham transfer is coming too early. (Sports Witness)

West Ham are keeping an eye on Daniel Sturridge, who could be available on loan. (Clubcall)

Aaron Cresswell says he is relishing his new role as a wing back. (Standard)

Phil Jones backs Wayne Rooney to equal Sir Bobby Charlton’s Man United goal record against West Ham. (Mirror) However, The West Ham Way are backing Darren Randolph to keep Rooney waiting.

Stephen Ackerman of Hillcroft, Loughton, sentenced to four years in prison for luxury hamper scam on Sam Allardyce and West Ham players. (East London Guardian)

Team News: Mkhitaryan could start for Man Utd, Zlatan boost, Noble back for West Ham. (Mirror)

Slaven Bilic says he does not fear the sack as West Ham boss. (ITV)

Slaven Bilic is confident that his West Ham side can beat Manchester United this Sunday. (Essex Live)

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