West Ham and Sporting Lisbon resolve Carvalho transfer muddle

West Ham and Sporting Lisbon resolve Carvalho transfer muddle

Meanwhile, West Ham have been struggling for points in the league as of late - but manager David Moyes will be happy with his team's performance against league leaders Manchester City. The last time they went nine without a victory, in 2011, they were relegated.

Now, with their differences seemingly sorted out, West Ham could once again rekindle their interest in the Portugal global. They were average against Atletico Madrid in the Champions League but showed the reliance that can extend their unbeaten league run to eight games and, if they're cold and analytical, bring a 50th win against the Hammers.

West Ham now face a crucial Christmas period, with a total of 10 Premier League games by the end of January, starting with a tough assignment against Chelsea in the early kick-off this Saturday. Some of the performances have been really good but the results haven't gone the way we wanted. However, if Moyes was able to somehow tempt him to the London Stadium, Evans would drastically improve the Hammers' defence.

Chelsea are unbeaten in their last seven league games, winning six of them.

Eden Hazard was in sparking form against Newcastle last weekend as the Belgium netted a brace.

This match will take place on Saturday 9 December.

Premier League strugglers Crystal Palace are reportedly fans of the keeper and could swoop if the player does not become content in East London.

Alvaro Morata has been involved in 13 goals for Chelsea within his first 14 Premier League appearances for the club.

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