West Ham News on Saturday
The Guardian today report that West Ham's non-executive chairman, Andrew Bernhardt has yet to visit West Ham. They say he is busy ensuring the long-term security of Straumur, where he is a senior director.
The bank has applied to the district court of Reykjavik for a six-month extension to its existing three-month moratorium, with a decision to be announced by the judge on Tuesday. A failure to get an extension could see the bank declared insolvent and asset-stripped.
The Daily Mail claim that Wolves are interested in buying West Ham's Calum Davenport.
The Daily Star say that Man City want to offer Micah Richards in exchange for Matthew Upson.