Hammers' latest transfer news
By Tom Dowsett
Tuesday 19 Jul 2011 10:37:00
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After rumours last week that Chelsea were interested in signing Scott Parker on a season long loan, according to the Sun, it now appears that the midfielder could leave West Ham United for a permanent move, of around £7.5m.

Once the West London club had enquired about a short term deal for the player, Aston Villa then confirmed their interest by submitting a £7m bid, which was swiftly rejected by West Ham.

Co-owner David Sullivan said last week on the Chelsea situation that the proposed loan deal would suit both parties as that meant Parker would still remain on the books in East London and if, as expected, West Ham were to get promoted, he would then be back playing in the Premier League again for the Hammers.

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.Making it a loan switch did interest West Ham but Parker would have found himself back at Upton Park in a year's time so is keen for a permanent deal.

If Parker was to be sold, then the Daily Mail claims that Sam Allardyce will look to a replacement from his former club Bolton and join the race with Stoke and West Brom for the signing of Matthew Taylor. It is thought a bid of £1.2m will be enough to capture the former Portsmouth midfielder.

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