It might be the international break but that has not stopped the transfer rumour mill at West Ham. Here are the latest transfer rumours from the past week.

Who could join?

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Unsurprisingly, West Ham are thinking about new goalkeepers. Olympiacos stopper Jose Sa, 26, is a potential option (Sportime).

West Ham might also look at the defence in front of Roberto. Domagoj Vida, the Besiktas and Croatia defender, is a potential option for West Ham, Norwich, Newcastle and Brighton (Takvim).

Vida’s Croatia team-mate Mario Mandzukic is also on West Ham’s radar. Tottenham Hotspur and the Irons could battle it out for the Juventus striker in January (Calciomercato).

Phoenix Rising and Jamaica duo Kevon Lambert and Junior Flemmings could move to West Ham. Didier Drogba is recommending the pair to Premier League sides. Lambert is a 6ft 3in defensive midfielder while Flemmings is a goalscoring winger (TEAMtalk).


AC Milan winger Suso, formerly of Liverpool, is being linked with a return to England. West Ham and Wolves have been heavily linked in the past and these rumours have resurfaced (Calciomercato).

West Ham have offered a trial to former Arsenal wonderkid Malcolm Ebiowei. Released for disciplinary reasons, the 16-year-old winger has a two-week trial in East London (All Nigeria Soccer).

Who could leave?

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Roberto faces the January axe just a few months after joining. The Spanish goalkeeper has had a disastrous run between the sticks and he even punched the ball into his own net last weekend against Burnley. Mario Husillos still believes Roberto can be a success, though (The Mirror).

West Ham could also get rid of midfielder Carlos Sanchez. The Colombian veteran will be allowed to leave if West Ham receive a bid of £500,000 (Claret & Hugh).

Hammers loanee Sead Haksabanovic, who lined up against England for Montenegro on Thursday, has no future at the club. West Ham could sell him in January after his loan spell at IFK Norrkoping expired (Claret & Hugh).

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