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Report:West Ham has signed Barcelona midfielder which was Manchester United long time target(CONGRATULATIONS)



Report:West Ham has signed Barcelona midfielder which was Manchester United long time target(CONGRATULATIONS)

Barcelona star Ansu Fati would prefer to join Manchester United this summer rather than move to West Ham United.

According to a report from Mundo Deportivo, West Ham target Ansu Fati is only open to moving to a ‘powerful’ Premier League club like Manchester United in the summer transfer window.

Hammers boss David Moyes is clearly keen to add more raw pace and power to his front-line this summer..

Fati is someone who has been on West Ham’s radar for quite some time. In fact, the Barca winger was just 17 when his family apparently agreed for him to join West Ham, but he ended up staying at the Camp Nou in the end.

So it’s no surprise that the Hammers might be moving in for him once again. However, Man United could well be a big problem for us…

Report makes big Ansu Fati to Manchester United claim that is gutting for West Ham
If the 20-year-old is to leave the Camp Nou this summer, it will only be for a Premier League ‘powerhouse’ like Man United, according to Mundo Deportivo.

When Fati burst onto the scene at with Barcelona four years ago, he was labelled as the ‘new Messi’ (talkSPORT).

Meanwhile, talkSPORT have also described the Barca star as ‘world-class’.

However, his form has really dropped off over the past years or so, with injuries having wreaked havoc with his progress.

In spite of that, Fati is still an unbelievably talented young player.

The 20-year-old possesses blistering pace, exceptional skill and a really intelligent football brain that defies his tender years.

There is, of course, no guarantee that Erik ten Hag will attempt to bring Ansu Fati to Manchester United this summer.

However, the fact that the Barcelona star has no interest in moving to team inside the bottom half of the Premier League table is a real gutter for West Ham.

Fati could have been an unbelievable signing for us. It clearly won’t be happening this summer though.


Roma push for West Ham’s Scamacca: player open in moving

After Aouar, Roma are looking for another incoming transfer for the upcoming season. West Ham’s Gianluca Scamacca, who started in Roma’s youth system, is a target for the Giallorossi.

Roma’s Sporting Director Tiago Pinto will be in London before the weekend and will meet with Scamacca’s agents and West Ham next week.

The player is open to the move in order to return to Roma. The Giallorossi are ahead of the Milan to bring Scamacca back to Italy.

Gianluca Scamacca scored 8 goals in 27 appearances with West Ham last season. The player had to miss multiple games because of a knee operation.

Roma are also hoping to formally close the deal for N’Dicka to anticipate any last minute move from Milan.

Philippe Coutinho to be offered ‘ludicrous’ money to play in Saudi Pro League and seal Aston Villa exit – Ty Bracey

We’re delighted to welcome Aston Villa podcaster Ty Bracey as our exclusive Aston Villa columnist each week he’ll be giving his views on the biggest talking points at the club…

Ty Bracey believes Aston Villa playmaker Philippe Coutinho could be targeted with a ludicrous transfer offer from the Saudi Pro League this summer.

The Brazilian playmaker has cut a frustrated figure at Villa Park since sealing his £17million move last year, with his 2022/23 campaign blighted by injuries and poor form.

Since the departure of Steven Gerrard in October, Coutinho has started just one Premier League game, in which he scored against Arsenal.

A hamstring injury hampered the latter stages of his campaign, only managing to make the first-team squad in one of the club’s last 15 games.

Speaking exclusively to Villa News, Bracey admitted that there was still some magic stardust in Coutinho but that he was happy if the club tried to get him off the wage books this summer.

He said: “To be fair, despite being injured for much of last season, I’d still be happy to have him if the club are happy to keep him on the wage bill.

“However, it wouldn’t surprise me if a Saudi club came knocking and offered him a ludicrous amount of money to go and play over there.

“I’m happy either way though, if he can stay fit, we definitely know there is still a quality player in there, but if Villa need to get him off the books, then we’ll trust that decision.”

Coutinho, who is contracted at Villa Park until June 2026, has long been in a selection tussle with Emi Buendia for first-team minutes.

However, after the Argentine’s impressive form under Unai Emery, and the club also likely to bring in new faces in attack, the 31-year-old could quickly find himself even further down the pecking order heading into the new season.

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