Alex Song believes he could earn a top club signing this summer and leave West Ham United. But after impressing the Hammer’s fans, Song’s form has taken a drastic hit which is making the club’s boss Sam Allardyce think twice about picking up the ex Cameroon international’s hefty wage bill of £140,000-a-week.
Loan star Alex Song has hinted at a permanent move to West Ham United this summer.The ex Arsenal star who is currently on a year long loan from FC Barcelona turned down offers from Italy, turkey and France to play for the Hammers. More on Alex Song
The FC Barcelona midfielder has already excelled in West Ham United’s improving side and isn’t even 100% fit yet after a slow pre-season in with his club in Spain. West Ham co owner David Gold even tweeted that he’d love to sign the 27 year old on a permanent basis. More on Alex Song
FC Barcelona midfielder Alex Song has been signed by West Ham United on a season-long loan. After Liverpool’s interest this week, we thought that the 26 year old Cameroon international would almost certainly end up as Lucas Leiva’s replacement but the Hammers have pipped them to the post. More on this story
Barcelona News reports Liverpool are apparently lining up Cameroonian Alex Song as a possible replacement for Lucas Leiva who has fallen out of favour at the Reds. Song has many admirers and may have to beat off competition from both Arsenal and Tottenham for his services. More about Alex Song
Top Premier League clubs Liverpool and Manchester United are both keen on bringing Alex Song back to English football for the sum of £8million says The Mirror. Alex Song revealed last March that England would always be his destination should he leave the Camp Nou this summer – More on Alex Song
According to some tabloids, Barcelona’s Alex Song could be moving back to the premier League in the summer as part of a Barça clearout. The player has only started 9 games this season and looks tipped to be on the Catalan giant’s shortlist of expendable players. Read more here
Alex Song is enjoying this season with more opportunities in the starting lineup. The Cameroon international is optimistic: “Barcelona is the best team in the world and they always have to improve. Today, our opponents learn and work hard and to win a game before even playing it, is impossible. We have to prove we are the best team in the world . . and we have to win every game,” said Song on the website of the Catalan giants. More on Alex Song