- Current club: Manchester City
- Date of Birth: 16 January 1985
- Birthplace: Buenos Aires, Buenos Aires, Argentina
- Position: Defender, Full-back, Full back
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West Ham United are reportedly assessing the future of manager Slaven Bilic following a poor start to the 2017/18 season.
West Ham United are hoping that William Carvalho will be the final piece of their first-team puzzle this season if they can complete the signing of the 25-year-old defensive midfielder from Sporting Lisbon, although they are growing frustrated with the Portuguese side as they refuse to lower their asking price.
West Ham United are closing in on the signing of highly rated Sporting Lisbon midfielder William Carvalho for a reported fee of £30 million. Carvalho will bring European Championship winning experience to the London club thanks to his appearances for Portugal at Euro 2016.
West Ham United are reportedly close to sanctioning the sale of Sofiane Feghouli to Turkish giants Galatasaray. The Algeria international joined the Hammers on a free from Valencia during last summer's transfer window.
Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola has justified his club's big spending during this summer transfer window and says that the additions he has made will mean that minimal additions will be required in the coming years.
Fernando becomes the latest player to leave Manchester City as the Brazilian joins Turkish giants Galatasaray for a fee of €5.25 million.
West Ham United will turn down any approach from Liverpool for Argentinian attacking midfielder Manuel Lanzini. The 24-year-old is highly regarded at The London Stadium and he is set to feature strongly for The Hammers in the upcoming campaign.
West Ham United goalkeeper Joe Hart has backed Javier Hernandez to prove his credentials on his return to the Premier League. The Mexico international spent five seasons at Manchester United, where he managed 59 goals in 157 outings.
Antalyaspor president Ali Safak Ozturk went on record to confirm the club's interest in Jack Wilshere and that they are in talks to sign the England international.
When July comes around, the anticipation and expectation ahead of the new Premier League season is matched by supporter's attempts to get excited about their club's pre-season friendlies against clubs they have often never heard of. After what seems to have been an eternity without Premier League football, there are plenty of signs that this could be the most entertaining season ever.
West Ham United have carried on their summer spending spree after completing the signing of Marko Arnautovic from Stoke City on a five-year deal.
The Hammers look set to continue their summer spending spree after Stoke City accepted a £25 million bid for winger Marko Arnautovic, with the Austrian set to undergo a medical over the weekend.
Manchester City are set to lose another full-back after manager Pep Guardiola confirmed that Serbian defender Aleksandar Kolarov will join Roma next season.
Manchester City will lodge a fresh attempt to sign Monaco left-back Benjamin Mendy after their £44.5m bid was turned down earlier in the week.
Javier Hernandez's move to West Ham took a huge step forward after the Hammers' bid for the Mexican was reportedly accepted by Bayer Leverkusen.
West Ham United believe that they have the advantage over Chelsea in the pursuit of Bayer Leverkusen striker Javier Hernandez.
Manchester City have secured the signing of defender Kyle Walker from Tottenham Hotspur after they agreed on a club-record £53m deal for his services. The 27-year-old has signed a five-year deal with the Mancunian giants where he will wear the number two shirt.
The Ivory Coast international, who already expressed his desire to leave PSG before, has inched closer to the exit door after Dani Alves reportedly joined the Paris club.
West Ham United have reportedly failed with an opening £15m bid for Stoke City attacker Marko Arnautovic. The Austria international has handed a transfer request after having spent nearly four seasons with the Staffordshire club.
Manchester City remain confident of sealing a Bosman move for Dani Alves despite a late approach from Paris Saint-Germain to hijack the deal altogether.