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In brief - Wednesday's news round-up

Filed: Wednesday, 22nd May 2019
By: Staff Writer #2

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West Ham confident Marko Arnautovic will stay at the club as they look to bring in Salomon Rondon to provide striking competition
West Ham believe Marko Arnautovic will be staying this summer with the club looking to sign another striker to provide competition.

Wolves and West Ham in battle to sign Cardiff loanee star Victor Camarasa as Real Betis ponder selling midfielder
Wolves and West Ham are keen on bringing Victor Camarasa back to the Premier League.

Alese helps England U18s make winning start at Slovakia Cup
West Ham United defender Ajibola Alese helped England's U18s make a winning start at the prestigious Slovakia Cup tournament.

Joe Powell signs new West Ham United contract
Joe Powell has signed a new one-year contract with West Ham United.

Pablo Zabaleta: My 2018/19 West Ham United season
Pablo Zabaleta played an important role again for West Ham United in his second season in Claret and Blue.

Balbuena named in preliminary Paraguay Copa America squad
Fabian Balbuena has linked up with his compatriots after being named in Paraguay's preliminary squad for this summer's Copa America.

Michail Antonio: West Ham United's dancing king!
Quickly Kevin… podcaster and West Ham TV presenter Chris Scull pays tribute to the Hammers' dancing king Michail Antonio…

Fabianski in Poland squad for Euro qualifiers
Hammer of the Year Lukasz Fabianski has been named in the Poland squad for their UEFA Euro 2020 qualifying fixtures against North Macedonia and Israel early next month.

New deal for Academy star
Academy graduate Jow Powell has been rewarded for a productive season with a new one-year contract.

Rice was my HotY, says veteran defender
Pablo Zabaleta believes that Declan Rice should've been crowned as the latest Hammer of the Year.

Hammers eye Albion striker
West Ham are hot favourites to complete the capture of West Bromwich Albion striker Salomon Rondon - even though Newcastle are hoping to permanently sign the Venezuelan international.

Hammers target improved Premier League position
It's a long time since there's been talk of qualifying for the Champions League in the Boardroom at West Ham.

Memories are made of this, dreams cost a little more
It’s been a funny old few days. Memories of our illustrious past to warm the hearts of us old timers. The reality of what we will never achieve, underlined by the cruel humiliation of Watford just to rub it in.

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