Filed: Wednesday, 31st August 2011
By: Staff Writer
Herita Ilunga could be on his way out of West Ham ahead of the transfer deadline.
KUMB.com understands that Scottish Premier League side Celtic made enquiries yesterday into the oft-criticised Congolese international's availability. Reports that David Gold has the Rolls on standby remain unconfirmed...
Junior Stanislas is a target for at least one Championship club who opened dialogue between the two clubs yesterday with view to landing the rarely-used young winger.
The 21-year-old, who has made just two very brief substitute appearances this season is available for loan but the club are considered unlikely to sanction a permanent transfer at this stage.
Elsewhere these is no fresh news since our story last night on the move to sign Eric Mouloungui. West Ham are hoping to seal a £1.5million deal ahead of tonight's 11pm deadline.
One other story doing the rounds this morning concerns a potential loan move for Henri Lansbury. Clubcall say the Irons are interested in taking the Arsenal youngster on loan with view to a permanent deal.
That's how we stand at (roughly) 10am on transfer window deadline day. More for you as it happens throughout the day...
Ilunga set for Boleyn return [9th Mar 2012]
How the transfer window happened [1st Feb 2012]
So long, Herita [27th Jan 2012]
Ilunga returns - but for how long? [6th Jan 2012]
The barest bones [29th Dec 2011]
Ilunga: no confidence [7th Oct 2011]
Ilunga gone [4th Oct 2011]
Hendon laments late winner [20th Sep 2011]
A Bridge too far for Ilunga? [10th Sep 2011]
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