Here is Wednesday’s round up.

West Ham are unlikely to play at home until September next season, due to having to convert the stadium back to football after having a summer of athletics there. (Evening Standard).

West Ham defender Doneil Henry has suffered an ACL tear whilst on loan at Danish side AC Horsens. (HITC).

A senior MP has hit out at the ‘incredibly generous’ deal given to West Ham for the London Stadium. (Evening Standard).

West Ham are keeping tabs on Arsenal defender and former loan signing Carl Jenkinson. (Daily Star).

Campaigners have welcomed the start of an investigation by London Mayor Sadiq Khan into a £50m rise in the cost of converting West Ham’s London Stadium. (BBC Sport)

West Ham are re-seating a section of Stoke supporters for Saturday’s Premier League fixture in a bid to prevent trouble at the London Stadium. (EuroSport)

West Ham loan watch: Page sets up Coventry goal but is sent off. (Essex Live)

According to Calcio Mercato, Juventus were at Goodison Park on Sunday, with West Ham striker Simone Zaza watched by the Italian giants as the Hammers weigh up whether to sign him permanently. (HITC)

Arsenal and West Ham target Alexandre Lacazette keen to leave Lyon at end of the season. (Talk Sport).

Former West Ham United defender Jordan Spence is training with Rotherham United, with the view to a possible deal at the Championship club, HITC Sport understands from sources close to the club. (HITC)

West Ham can afford to – and should – pay more towards Olympic Stadium conversion: Damian Collins MP. (Talk Sport)