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Jack Wilshere: England future part of reason for West Ham transfer

Get a first look at Felipe Anderson in West Ham colours as he becomes the Hammers' record signing.
The FC guys answer your tweets on Kevin De Bruyne's performances in big games, Paul Pogba's impact for France, Jack Wilshere to West Ham and more.
West Ham United took to their social media account to reveal the signing of Jack Wilshere from Arsenal.
Former West Ham goalkeeper Shaka Hislop says he is excited by the club's decision to hire Manuel Pellegrini to replace David Moyes.

Jack Wilshere is hoping his move to West Ham will help save his England career, but admitted he is "still sad" about having to make the tough decision to leave Arsenal.

He also thanked new Arsenal boss Unai Emery for being "respectful and honest" in their conversation last month, when he was told he would not be a regular starter for the Gunners.

After seeing his international teammates reach the semifinals of the World Cup, Wilshere says he wants to stake his claim for a place in the England setup...

Gary Neville labels FA sale of Wembley Stadium 'ridiculous'

Gary Neville explains to the Digital, Culture, Media and Sport Committee why selling Wembley isn't the solution to financing grassroots football.

Former Manchester United player Gary Neville has called the proposed sale of Wembley Stadium to Fulham owner Shahid Khan "ridiculous."

Speaking to the Digital, Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS) parliamentary hearing, Neville said there were better ways for the Football Association, which owns Wembley, to make the needed money to invest in grassroots football in England.

Neville said of Khans £600 million offer: "The FA feels to fund the grassroots programme, they have to sell a national asset...