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West Ham already move to seal midfield transfer, he is ready to take over – report

Scouts from West Ham United have been keeping a close eye on Sassuolo midfielder Daniel Boloca, who is attracting interest from major league teams, as reported by tuttosport.

As he gets closer to potentially being called up to the Italian national team, West Ham has already moved to deploy scouts to monitor his progress, according to an Italian news site that reported on November 1.

According to the story, Boloca has big goals for himself after rising from playing in the fourth division, Serie D, just four years ago, and now wants to “take over Italy.”

A move to East London could be the next step

Boloca’s quick ascent to prominence in Italian football is a testament to his drive and perseverance to be the best in the league. The Hammers are taking extra measures in response to the high level of interest generated by his Serie A performances for Sassuolo.

Scouts monitoring his development is a positive indication of intent, and they might want to move quickly to go ahead of their rivals and sign the 24-year-old before they are cut out of the picture.

It would be a welcome change of pace to see West Ham make a play for one of their main targets before they are outbid. The transfer staff has long been criticized for moving too slowly.

West Ham has embarked on a new recruitment drive with the appointment of Tim Steidten as technical director during the summer. The monitoring of targets throughout Europe will prove to be an intriguing move. Boloca is going to become a local favorite in no time if he can play as well as some of Steidten’s other new additions.



Arsenal star Declan Rice sends message to West Ham fans after some booed him last night


Declan Rice, an Arsenal midfielder, visited London Stadium last night for the first time since leaving West Ham United in the summer. The crowd’s response to his return was divided.

When the England international’s name was called and he entered the game in the second half, some fans cheered and others jeered.


After defeating Arsenal 3-1 in the fourth round of the Carabao Cup on Wednesday night, the Hammers emerged victorious.

However, Rice expressed his satisfaction at being back at his old team on Instagram, where he has since sent a message to both sets of fans.

Arsenal was already behind 2-0 when the 24-year-old was brought on in the 57th minute, and three minutes later, Jarrod Bowen added to their misery by making it 3-0.

Rice was unable to muster any momentum for the Gunners to make a comeback, and Martin Odegaard’s goal in the 96th minute was merely solace.

After spending two years in the Irons’ youth system, the former West Ham captain played for the team for seven seasons, becoming one of the league’s best players before completing a move to Arsenal a few months ago.

He did not deserve to be booed after the services he rendered to the club, but as Hammers manager David Moyes pointed out, the fans that chose to boo him could have done so to put him off for the game.

The taunts did not seem to phase Rice, but he was unable to exert the kind of influence he would have liked because West Ham was too strong for their former captain.

Arsenal will be eager to get back on track and continue their unbeaten start to the 2023–24 Premier League season when they visit St. James Park to play Newcastle United on Saturday.

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