Nolberto Solano

Nolberto Solano

Nolberto Solano

  • Date of Birth: 12 December 1974
  • Birthplace: Callao, Callao, Peru
  • Position: Midfielder

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      Palace Preview: Eagles look to end season on high against Bournemouth
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      Solano set for Becks link up

      Peruvian international midfielder Nolberto Solano has been told he has the option of joining LA Galaxy this summer. It is understood Solano is keen to link up with midfielder David Beckham.

      Solano released by West Ham

      Nolberto Solano has been released by West Ham. The Peruvian midfielder was given the opportunity to rescind his contract and is now looking for a new club; Hull City are believed to be interested.

      West Ham plan summer sales

      West Ham boss Alan Curbishley has admitted that there is likely to be a summer clear out at the Hammers, and admitted Nolberto Solano and Henri Camara are almost certain to be given the axe.

      Solano ready for Newcastle

      West Ham midfielder Nolberto Solano is refusing to do old club Newcastle any favours when his current club, the Hammers, take on the Toon in the Premiership this weekend.

      Solano is a happy Hammer

      Nolberto Solano is keen to end his career at West Ham, despite the Peruvian international midfielder admitting that he had an offer from a club in the MLS. Solano quipped: "It would be interesting to finish my career there."

      Preview: Fulham vs West Ham

      Fulham take on West Ham at Craven Cottage - desperate to gain some revenge for the 2-1 defeat they suffered earlier in the season to the Hammers. West Ham won thanks to an Anton Ferdinand goal.

      Preview: West Ham vs Fulham

      One of two London derbies in the top division this weekend pits the Hammers taking on the Cottagers. Worringly, Fulham have not won any of their last 12 London league derbies, but West Ham need a win to retain any chance of staying in the top half of the table. Bullard could make his return after injury.

      Late Hammers down Man Utd

      West Ham scored twice in five minutes to defeat Man Utd 2-1 at Upton Park. Cristiano Ronaldo had given United an early lead, and the Portuguese winger had an opportunity to double the lead from the penalty spot, but missed.

      Reading draw with Hammers

      David Kitson earned Reading an important away point at Upton Park against West Ham on Boxing Day with a late equaliser. West Ham had earlier taken the lead through Nolberto Solano.

      Late penalty drama in derby

      Tottenham and West Ham battled to a 1-1 draw - but not without drama and surprise - in this fantastic London derby. Last year Spurs edged the Hammers 4-3, but this time around West Ham looked like they should've grabbed all three points. An injury time penalty save from Robert Green kept the Hammers in the game.

      Hammers maul Derby

      West Ham mauled the Premiership's bottom club Derby 5-0 today with goals from Bowyer (2), Etherington and Solano. It was a dreadful performance by Derby who already look destined for the Championship.

      West Ham beat Black Cats

      West Ham battled past a resilient Sunderland side 3-1 thanks to goals from Carlton Cole, an own goal by Craig Gordon and Craig Bellamy. Nolberto Solano made his debut and impressed for the Hammers, who ended their three match winless streak.

      Solano joins Hammers

      Nolberto Solano has joined West Ham from Newcastle. The Peruvian midfielder had been chased by West Ham all summer, and the Hammers have been looking for additions to their squad after the injury to Fredrik Ljungberg.

      Solano wanted by West Ham

      Nolberto Solano is wanted by West Ham. It appears the Hammers have turned their attentions from another Newcastle player, Kieron Dyer, to the Peruvian midfielder who may not have much playing time with the first team under new boss Sam Allardyce.