Hammers want has-been international?
By Wes Evans
Tuesday 12 Aug 2008 11:24:00
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Admittedly this is coming from the Sun, but apparently West Ham are 'battling' Newcastle and Bolton for the signature of former Spain international Diego Tristan.

Forgive us here at Upton Sparks for being a bit suspicious of this one, but why would three Premier League clubs be battling it out for a washed out front man?

Pedigree, chum!

His pedigree for Spain was excellent, and he managed to bag 77 gaols in 179 matches for Deportiva de la Coruna back in their heyday in the Champion's League.

But at 32, it seems his most likely destination were he to come to the Premier League would be Bolton, who were reportedly tracking him a couple of years ago.

However, in two seasons for Livorno and Mallorca, the player has only found the net once. Forgive us for thinking he won't be here next season.

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