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West Ham will target Jonjo Shelvey transfer if they offload £10m Pedro Obiang

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West Ham are interested in signing midfielder Jonjo Shelvey from Newcastle if they manage to sell Pedro Obiang to Fiorentina for £10m.

Pablo Zabaleta believes Declan Rice, who scored the winner against Arsenal, should stay at West Ham for at least another two years while he continues to improve.



“We need to go step by step, though, and realistically, we are nowhere near the top six just yet.” Samir Nasri, who has signed a short-term deal for West Ham, was impressive against his former club on Saturday and Zabaleta said: “It was a great first game for Samir.



“I wouldn’t be surprised if the big clubs show an interest in him but at the moment he has signed a new deal and that means he wants to play in a West Ham shirt.

Manchester City are reported to be monitoring the progress of Rice (right, celebrating his goal on Saturday) and Zabaleta said: “We all love Declan and what a great game — against Arsenal — in which to score your first ever goal and at the age of 19.

On the ball he’s different class and if he improves his fitness he will show even more his quality.”

“We all expect him to stay here for at least another couple of years because he’s still learning the game.” Zabaleta believes the result against Arsenal is proof the  club are heading in the right direction.
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