West Ham in the Sunday Papers
The Guardian say that West Ham are likely to hear the final verdict this week on Sheffield United's compensation claim over the Carlos Tevez affair. United chairman Kevin McCabe insists relegation cost his club up to £50m, leaving West Ham facing a potentially huge pay-out if the FA-appointed independent tribunal finds against them.
The Sunday Mirror says that new West Ham manager Gianfranco Zola is convinced the lessons he learned from Diego Maradona at Napoli will help him instil a culture of entertaining football at Upton Park.
The People claim West Ham's Nigel Quashie has been told he needs to get fitter before Birmingham will sign him on loan.
Quashie has been out injured for a year and Blues' boss Alex McLeish said: "I would like something to happen but he still has a little more fitness to find."
The People also claim that West Ham are looking to sell more players in January. Bellamy, Neill and Ashton could all leave if West ham receive the right offers.