Posted on August 10, 2020 in James Collins by


Bournemouth star Ryan Fraser is demanding a huge wage from clubs interested in his services according to reports. The winger will be out of contract this summer and is set to leave on June 30th, as he has failed to agree to a short term deal with the Cherries.

According to the Times, Fraser is wanted by West Ham, Arsenal and Tottenham Hotspur but the trio are put off by his wage demands. The pacy winger wants a wage of £100,000 per week which is triple what he earns. Arsenal lead the race for Fraser. The club made a move for the player in January but no deal materialized. Mike Arteta is a fam of the player and he has given the club the go ahead to sign the player.
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Posted on March 6, 2020 in James Collins by

Some big names in football will be available for free in the summer of 2020, some players refused to put pen on a new deal while some clubs might refuse to offer fresh terms for players who are out of contract.

Here is a list of players who will be out of contract at the end of the season.

Edinson Cavani was close to joining Atletico Madrid in the winter transfer window but the deal failed as compensation for the players’ representatives were not met. PSG also demanded €20 million for their all-time top scorer and interested clubs were pushed away by the asking price for a player who will be available for free in the summer.
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Collins Advises Town for Keeping Good Form

Posted on October 17, 2019 in James Collins by

James Collins is the striker for Luton. He wants his side to get back to the path of winning once again when Hull City will be visiting Kenilworth Road. The Tigers are under the new management currently and in the month of June; the new boss for Doncaster Rovers will take over them. They have started this season less than what can be encouraged. With six points, they are in place just four places below Luton. They have triumphed only in one match from all of their seven opening matches.

After a defeat by 3-2 at QPR, the run of three victories in a straight row in all of the championships came to an end for the Town. In regard to this, James Collins said he hopes that the boys will be very happy because they are back into the track at Kenilworth Road. He added that the form for our home is necessary to be very good specially this year so that they can achieve anything and everything for this season. Hull is absolutely not an easy side and so they need to be very careful about them. They also need to fully concentrate on them so that they play the game well.
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Posted on July 13, 2019 in James Collins by

News of Wilfred Zaha reported interest in Arsenal has been gaining steam in recent weeks. There have been reports in recent days that there is an element of truth behind the news that Zaha is interested in making the move to the Emirates.

Highly rated transfer guru David Ornstein claims that Zaha has made up his mind to join the North London club this summer. It is understood that talks have started between the two clubs for the £80 million-rated forward.
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Posted on April 5, 2019 in James Collins by

West Ham have been one of the highest spenders in the transfer window among the middle table teams in recent years and the club has been linked with a move for Atlanta ace Duvan Zapata. The uncertainty over the future of Marko Arnautovic has made the club begin to search for alternatives as the Austrian is expected to move to China in the summer.

Arnautovic had caused a stir in the January transfer window after he handed over a transfer request but this was rejected by the Hammers. West Ham are short of quality forwards as Javier Henandez is the only top forward in the club apart from Arnautovic.
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Defender Named James Collins May Not Stay At The Club Of Aston Villa After Sustaining Injury

Posted on January 30, 2019 in James Collins by

James Collins, the ex-defender of Wales says he has canceled a contract with the club of Aston Villa because he would have been feeling “embarrassing” if he will stay in the team even after sustaining the injury.

Collins has recently joined the club of Ipswich on a legal deal until the season’s end. James who is now 35 years old had at the outset of this season signed a contract (short-term) with the Aston Villa after him getting trained with his previous club but as a result of injury, his spell at the Villa Park was extended.
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Posted on December 3, 2018 in James Collins by

Aston Villa veteran central defender James Collins, who was on Aston Villa’s books from 2009-2012, posted a photo on Instagram with him in the claret and blue training jersey and the fans are talking about it.

Manager Dean Smith addressed the Collin’s situation at the club just last week. He told The Birmingham Mail that Collins was still at the club and training with the rest of the Aston Villa players after being brought on trial under former manager Steve Bruce just two months ago.
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Collins in contact with Stoke City

Posted on September 25, 2018 in James Collins by

Former West Ham defender might be in contact with Stoke City about a potential move after he has been released by West Ham. The player was released by the Premier League club after his contract expired but he has been training with them in order to keep his fitness. He was hoping that the team would have offered him a new contract but nothing materialized.

James Collins has then left West Ham to train with Ipswich and was then approached by Stoke City. He is hoping that he could get a deal from the Championship side in order to get a chance to play again.
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James Collins to leave West Ham

Posted on June 20, 2018 in James Collins by

James Collins is set to leave West Ham at the end of the month when his contract will expire. In a statement released by the club, West Ham wants to thanks the player for his contribution during the season and wants to wish him well for the remainder of his career.

West Ham will be managed by Pellegrini next season and it is obvious that the new manager will want to bring in his own players during the transfer window.

Since moving to their new stadium, West Ham has some renewed ambitions and want to challenge for a place in Europe. They will feel that the arrival of Pellegrini at the head of the club will be a step in the right direction.

James Collins said that he will give himself some time to decide what he will do next season.  The player will want to have a look at the offers that come his way during the close season to decide whether he will continue his playing career or whether it will be time for him to stop.

He said that it has been a tough season for him as he was plagued with injuries but he now feels better.  He said that the West Ham fans have been great during his time at the club and that he will always cherish these memories. He believes that he can still play at the highest level for a couple of years and will be analyzing the various offers.

For the time being, he wants to spend some time with his family and also enjoy the World Cup. For him the best team at the tournament is Germany and there is no doubt that they will be lifting the trophy at the end of the tournament in July.


Posted on April 10, 2018 in James Collins by

West Ham defender James Collins has suffered an injury setback after making a return to action this week. The Hammers’ star injured his ankle in September and as he returned to training last week, he picked up a hamstring injury.

Collins was named in the starting line-up against Wycombe Wanderers in the Under-23 Checkatrade Trophy. After 24 minutes, he had to be pulled out after straining his hamstring. The substitution was more of a precaution and he could return in the following days. Terry Westley’s team lost the game 2-0 though.
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