Filed: Thursday, 5th August 2010
By: Staff Writer
Matt Fry has joined League One outfit Charlton on a six-month loan deal.
Young defender Fry - who can play either in the centre or on the left side of defence - has joined the Addicks on loan until January. He will team up with another former Hammer, Christian Dailly, 36, who is now entering his second season at the Valley.
* The Loic Remy saga continued unabated today with the news that Remy was not in Liverpool, London, or the South of France - but picturesque Stoke, of all places, where he was being shown around by City representatives.
However when asked whether he would be joining the Potters, Remy appeared far from impressed with his agent stating that the 23-year-old French international will return to England next week in order to hold talks with two fellow Premier League clubs.
* Milton Caraglio, who represented the Hammers for an hour last month in the narrow win at MK Dons has failed a medical with Italian outfit Catania.
The unfortunate Argentine was sent packing by the Hammers shortly after his club, Rosario Central, complained that he had not been given permission to play in the game. Having hot-footed it to Italy shortly after, Caraglio now faces an uncertain future - and no doubt a grilling from his employees.
* Miralem Sulejmani's proposed move to West Ham appeared to move a step closer after he made what is widely considered to be his fonal game for Ajax. The Dutch giants drew 3-3 in a thrilling encounter with PAOK last night, after which the Serb warmly hugged all his team mates giving the distinct impression that his immediate future lies elsewhere.
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