What the newspapers say

Can David Moyestime West Ham Will this weekend be over? The 59-year-old player will be sacked if his team loses at home. Nottingham forest On Saturday, reports the Times. But the PA news agency realized that despite the Hammers falling into the Premier League relegation zone, the former Manchester United boss still has a ‘loan in the bank’ on West Ham’s board.

Leeds are also down to the last three after losing to Everton last Saturday and sacking Jesse Marsch two weeks ago. Fabrizio Romano wrote to the Guardian that the Yorkshire club is looking to turn things around and is in talks with the former Watford and Valencia manager. Javi Gracia52, on the vacant managerial position.

Manchester City may reportedly smash Arsenal’s summer hopes by making another recruiting attempt. Declan Brass. The 24-year-old West Ham captain is expected to leave the club in search of trophies. The Times says he’s the Gunners boss Mikel Arteta He was ‘quietly confident’ that he would sign his biggest goal of the summer, but as 90min reports, reigning Premier League champions Ilkay Gundogan, Kalvin Phillips or Bernardo Silva may want to sign the midfielder as a backup if he chooses to leave Etihad.

Chelsea plans to send young midfielder Andrey Santos Looks like he stopped by Palmeiras on loan. Standard says the 18-year-old chose the club in his native Brazil because of their status and reputation for developing young players. Newspapers add that the Blues want him back for next season and the point of contention in the negotiations is the length of stay, with the Sao Paolo side opting to keep the player until December.

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Players to watch

Alejandro Garnacho: The 18-year-old Argentine striker has agreed in principle with Manchester United for a new five-year contract, according to ESPN.

Marcus Thuram: Talksport says Arsenal and Chelsea are joining Manchester United, Bayern Munich and Inter Milan to follow the 25-year-old Borussia Mönchengladbach and France forward.