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In brief - Thursday's news round-up

Filed: Thursday, 15th June 2017
By: Staff Writer #2

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Premier League 2017-18: West Ham unable to play at home until September
West Ham United will be unable to play their first scheduled home match of the season against Southampton on 19 August because the London Stadium will not be ready after hosting the world athletics championships this summer.

West Ham told to pay £7.87m for Arsenal target Henry Onyekuru in order to ensure striker's work permit
West Ham have been told they will need to pay Eupen £7.87million for Henry Onyekuru to ensure he qualifies for a work permit.

West Ham told to pay £8m to secure deal for Arsenal target Henry Onyekuru - report
WEST HAM have reportedly been told to pay close to £8million to ensure a deal for in-demand Eupen winger Henry Onyekuru.

West Ham target Joe Hart loan deal as England goalkeeper nears Man City exit
West Ham want to sign England goalkeeper Joe Hart on loan from Manchester City.

West Ham ask Southampton to switch their first home game of the season as London Stadium will not be ready
The World Athletics Championships are being held in east London from August 4-13 and the Stadium operators need a period of time before a Premier League game can be staged.

West Ham could play opening THREE games away due to athletics event at London Stadium
WEST HAM face the possibility of having to play their first three matches of the season away from home.

West Ham 17-18 fixtures: Hammers kick-off at Old Trafford
West Ham United will kick off their 2017/18 Premier League campaign with a trip to Manchester United.

Add our fixtures to your calendar now
The Hammers kick-off their Premier League fixtures at Manchester United on the weekend of 12 August - and you can make sure you never miss a kick by downloading our full fixture list to your calendar!

Mediawatch - 14 June
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West Ham United to face Manchester City in Iceland
West Ham Unitedís pre-season preparations for the 2017/18 Premier League campaign will see their tour of Europe conclude with a prestigious and historic encounter against Manchester City in Iceland.

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2017/18 fixture list revealed
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Hammers face Man City in pre-season gig
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