West Bromwich Albion head coach Alan Pardew: 'I fear Jonny Evans exit'

Aubrey Yates
December 7, 2017

West Bromwich Albion defender Jonny Evans has reportedly attracted the attentions of David Moyes at West Ham United.

Jonny Evans is in the sights of Manchester City and Arsenal.

The 56-year-old told reporters: "I'm never confident of keeping great players". Course not. Do I fear losing him?

"There's interest in him because there was interest in the summer and it makes sense to stir it up".

According to a report in the Daily Mirror, West Bromwich Albion defender Jonny Evans has come on to West Ham United's radar but he would be insane to move to the London Stadium now.

It seems Evans' continued impressive performances at the back have earned him a great deal of admirers, as West Ham and Everton will now try to lure the Northern Irishman away from the Hawthorns as they attempt to solve their defensive woes.

Black lawmakers to snub Trump in Mississippi
Rhodes, a prominent African American clergyman, tweeted Thursday morning that Lewis' "voice is needed here now more than ever". The Georgia Democrat and civil rights icon helped organize the 1964 Freedom Summer targeting segregation in Mississippi.

Public Service Enterprise Group Incorporated (NYSE:PEG): Financial Health and Analyst Ratings
The stock of Public Service Enterprise Group Incorporated (NYSE: PEG ) earned "Hold" rating by Jefferies on Tuesday, June 20. Barclays Capital maintained Public Service Enterprise Group Incorporated (NYSE:PEG) rating on Thursday, September 22.

Cubs sign Tyler Chatwood to three-year deal
Adding Chatwood boosts a rotation that will likely lose former Cy Young Award victor Jake Arrieta and veteran John Lackey . He has a 4.31 ERA (310 earned runs in 647 2/3 innings) in 130 major-league appearances, including 113 starts.

"Jonny's dealt with it in his way".

"I thought he was outstanding against Crystal Palace, and now we go to Swansea". "Of course I do".

West Brom are looking nervously over their shoulders in the Premier League, but West Ham are lodged firmly in the relegation zone.

Saturday's clash at the Liberty Stadium against bottom-of-the-table Swansea is absolutely massive for both sides and Pardew is eyeing all three points.

The Baggies have struggled for goals this season, but when he was asked if he wanted a striker in the window, Pardew said there was enough talent in the squad.

"We need to win at least nine games to be safe and hopefully after Saturday it'll be eight games". The defender could move to Manchester City and potentially win another Premier League title or make a move that could see him play in the Championship next season.

Other reports by

Discuss This Article