Lunchtime Round Up: Hogan deal close, Feghouli on his way?, Dembele told to stay at Celtic
Author: Dan Chapman. Published: 9 January 2017 at 12:39pm
Hello Hammers, Here is a round up of the news this Monday Lunchtime.
West Ham are closing in on a £12m deal to sign Brentford striker Scott Hogan. (Mirror)
A great signing if we pull it off. He is a brilliant striker and could be exactly what we are missing.
West Ham will allow Sofiane Feghouli to leave the club this January, with Robert Snodgrass being lined up as his replacement. (Evening Standard)
Its a shame that Feghouli hasn’t had much game time because I think he is good, but if we can replace him with Snodgrass then I think it is well worth doing.
Moussa Dembele is better off staying at Celtic and learning, rather than joining West Ham and fighting the drop, according to Celtic captain Scott Brown. (Evening Standard)
Scott Brown is one of the worst players in football history. No one should really be too bothered about what he says in my opinion.
Ray Wilkins says West Ham must do all they can to sign Robert Snodgrass this month. (Football Insider)
I agree. Robert Snodgrass would be a brilliant signing for us. I would definitely take him for the right fee.
Jonathan Calleri’s move away from West Ham will be confirmed in the coming days. (Sports Witness)
He didn’t want to join us, and we didn’t want him either. Goodbye Jonathan, you won’t be missed.
Sam Byram will make his long awaited return to the West Ham team for this weekend’s clash against Crystal Palace. (Football Insider)
Finally we have a right back available. Hopefully he can reclaim his place in the team now, although I still think we need to sign another right back this window.