Club legend urges club against a move for West Ham star

Club legend urges club against a move for West Ham star

Chelsea are interested in signing the Stoke City striker on a loan deal until the end of the season, according to a report in the Telegraph.

Antonio Conte's side have thus turned their attention to Crouch, who turns 37 later this month. An exception is possible only if the concerned players' parents have emigrated (to the country the buyer club belongs to) for personal reasons or the player/club (seller club and the player) is situated within 50 km of the (buyer club's) national border.

Chelsea's initial approaches for West Ham striker Andy Carroll have revealed a difference in valuation between the clubs and progress over a move could be slow, Goal understands. If he fails to score against Brighton on Saturday, it will be the second time in his short Chelsea career that he has gone six games without a goal.

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Moyes was at Chelsea's FA Cup replay with Norwich on Wednesday night, apparently watching Belgium striker Michy Batshuayi.

It's true that Antonio Conte might not have wanted the Nigerian as his first-choice right wing-back, but Moses was coached into the position and became a standout success story of the 2016-17 season.

Many Blues fans will be wondering how they got this place.

The newspaper said FIFA's transfer matching system (TMS) examined incoming deals involving the Premier League club and forwarded its findings to the organisation's disciplinary committee.

If the Hammers are to finally play a brand of football they can call their own, then selling Carroll would be the statement needed to kick-start that transition. Meanwhile, as things stand for La Liga's Sevilla, they are reportedly keen on bringing subtle attacking reinforcements, hence, have identified Michy Batguayi as one potential target.

Shrewsbury manager Paul Hurst said: "I'm very proud of the players but extremely disappointed with the goal we conceded.

We're getting two or three specialists to look at it", Moyes told reporters ahead of Saturday's Premier League clash with Bournemouth.