Evening news round-up for Tuesday 08/11/16 by 337hammer.

Zaza: ‘Napoli in motion’.

A member of Simone Zaza’s entourage told Italian radio that “something is in motion” for the West Ham striker’s move to Napoli. “Something is definitely there and something is in motion,” the unnamed member of Zaza’s entourage told Radio Kiss Kiss Napoli reporters. It’s possible Napoli will try to include Gabbiadini in any potential swap deal with West Ham. football-italia.net

Ladies edged out.

The Hammers lost 3-2 to Keynsham Town in a tie that could have gone either way at Thurrock FC’s Ship Lane ground. Greg de Carnys’ side led at half-time, but three second-half goals from the visitors rendered Shannon Albuery’s late strike a consolation. whufc.com

The Big Interview – Andre Ayew.

Andre Ayew is determined to show West Ham United fans his best form when he returns to full match-fitness. The forward started his first Premier League game since the opening weekend in Saturday’s 1-1 draw with Stoke City, having recently returned from nearly three months out with a groin injury. The 26-year-old is currently away captaining Ghana in their 2018 FIFA World Cup qualifier in Egypt and hopes to return to Rush Green in top shape ahead of the Hammers’ top-flight trip to Tottenham Hotspur on 19 November. whufc.com

West Ham’s Aaron Cresswell targets debut ‘dream’ after first-ever England call up.

The 26-year-old said: “It’s a very proud moment for me and my family. I just want to enjoy the experience and do my best in training. “If I can do that, then I hope I can achieve my dream of pulling on an England shirt, which is what I’ve wanted to do since I started playing.” standard.co.uk

West Ham defender Reid speaks about ‘annoying injury’.

Speaking to Radio Sport in New Zealand, the All Whites captain said: “Hopefully I can get back as soon as possible and it shouldn’t be too long. It was an annoying injury to pick up, especially in the last five minutes of the game but I’m lucky enough it wasn’t something more serious.”

Bilic had previously said: “On paper, he should be back in training after a couple of weeks from the injury, but then I’ve seen many times, for some reason, grade one become grade two in no time and by doing nothing.” “I can only say what the medical team tell me which is grade one. They didn’t say 100 per cent back for Spurs but they said there’s a good chance for him to be back.” essexlive.news