West Ham to target Sarri?

Solenn Plantier
Septembre 12, 2017

Three successive defeats has unleashed a torrent of criticism on the Croat, with former player Danny Gabbidon claiming 'he looks lost'.

He also took a swipe at Sullivan's habit of speaking through the media after the Hammers co-owner revealed on the club's website that Bilic had turned down the chance to sign Renato Sanches and Grzegorz Krychowiak.

He's the type of player who will cause chaos for the Hammers' defence throughout this match as he's likely to drop in behind the defenders and pick up the goals in front of the keeper.

Bilic was an amused onlooker to that spat, but was unhappy that primary target Carvalho did not arrive.

Sarri, who became Partenopei boss in 2015 after leaving Empoli, has two years left on his deal at the San Paolo. "I was hoping till midnight basically". "I really wanted the player and it really looked like it was going to happen. When I don't like something I tell him straight and it's been fine so far, to be fair". "That is not exactly what happened with those two".

A club spokesperson said: "This is yet another attention-seeking allegation without foundation".

"But for me to say something about that".

As a result of the poor performances West Ham seem to have targeted the relatively unknown Sarri, as Bilic's replacement.

HUDDERSFIELD TOWN manager David Wagner has welcomed the Premier League's decision to close the summer transfer window before the start of the 2018-19 season.

The Italian has two years to run at the Serie A side - but has a buy-out clause of £7.5million. This was one disappointment. What is the benefit to anyone to moan about things which have nothing to do with Monday?

"Instead of spouting off, West Ham's offer should be shown".

"West Ham supporters call Mr David Sullivan and his brother the dildo brothers". I have a good team.

"For me, if we tried everything that's all we could have done". No, that's not how I work. "We are definitely better mentally although only a win will get us back".

With just one year remaining on his contract and a reported dispute with the West Ham hierarchy, Bilic appears to be on borrowed time at the London Stadium.

Whether it's Romelu Lukaku who floats your boat against Stoke, or Harry Kane to get unstuck when Spurs face the Toffees, they'll be top price.

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