In the wake of new rumors about West Ham United’s departure, Lucas Paqueta’s wife speaks out at Rush Green.
The wife of Paqueta, Duda Fournier, wrote on Instagram, “We came to daddy’s training today to renew our documentation.” “They adore visiting us!”
The present state of affairs regarding Manchester City is likely to cause concern for Hammers supporters, so Paqueta’s future at West Ham is undoubtedly uncertain.
Even while Pep Guardiola’s team is clearly very attractive, East London club supporters would have been better at ease if the attention had come from a different Premier League team.
With his summer transfer from Lyon, Paqueta’s tenure at West Ham didn’t exactly get off to the ideal start. However, as the season progressed, the midfielder gradually started to show off his skills.
His goal total of five goals and seven assists from the previous game will undoubtedly be improved, but it is unclear if that will happen in the London Stadium.
Manchester City certainly have the money to bring in talented players such as Paqueta, but the Hammers should be doing their utmost to keep the Brazilian ace at the club for another season.
Alan Smith stunned by ‘beautiful’ Nayef Aguerd moment in first half of West Ham United v Crystal Palace
When West Ham’s Nayef Aguerd beat Crystal Palace, the analyst Alan Smith of Sky Sports was taken aback by a long pass.
On Sunday, December 3, in the first half of the match, the center back found teammate Jarrod Bowen with a “beautiful” pass forward.
With a goal by Mohammed Kudus in the 13th minute, the Hammers led at that point in the match at the London Stadium.
“Aguerd that was a beautiful pass,” Smith said in real time at the Sky Sports Main Event on December 3 at 22:22. “The weight on the pass has to be perfect, which it pretty much was, in order to be able to pick out your man with a straight ball like this.”
“I believe that Bowen is only attempting to sidestep the goalie. He can’t fully control it when it’s moving at full speed. A beautiful ball.”
With 20 points, three spots and five points ahead of Crystal Palace going into their match, the Hammers were ranked ninth in the Premier League standings.
Although Moyes was aware that the match at the London Stadium would be extremely difficult, he will have gained a lot of confidence from his team’s recent four-game winning streak.
With victories over Burnley and Nottingham Forest in the league and Olympiacos and Backa Topola in Europe, West Ham has been unbeaten in every tournament.
While Palace had lost their last two games before travelling to East London, Roy Hodgson would have been keen for a fast start considering his team’s current form.
The lads in claret and blue will be eager to go on a solid run in all competitions between now and Christmas after their outstanding start to the season was followed by a terrible run.