Sunday, July 29, 2007

Paper Talk

The NoW report on Joorabchian's claims that the Tevez transfer will be sorted out this week. The paper say there is some substance behind the claim as West Ham are happy to settle out of court for £6 million. A high court hearing is due on Wednesday and the lawyers are trying to thrash out an out of court settlement. If it goes to court it could take months to sort out.

The NoW also claim Lee Bowyer has told Alan Curbishley he wants to play in central midfield, not the wing. Bowyer wants to play alongside Parker who he says he played well alongside at Newcastle.

The Mirror print Bowyer's claim he would be happy to play with Kieron Dyer. Freddie Ljungberg says West ham United chairman Eggert Magnusson has a burning desire to make the club one of the top teams in the country. It is Eggy's ambition that convinced him to join West Ham.

The Mirror also says there has been no bid for Anelka.

The Star claim Alan Curbishley has hit back against Niall Quinn, pointing out that West Ham are only a million down from their transfer activity. They say Curbs denies any interest in Kieron Dyer.

The Star say Craig Bellamy is worried his yellow boots clash with claret and blue and has asked his sponsors for a new pair.

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