- Premier League
Unhappy Diarra leaves West Ham on loan
West Ham United have confirmed that Alou Diarra has joined Rennes on loan until the end of the season.
Diarra, 31, joined West Ham from Marseille for £2 million last summer but has made just one Premier League start for the Londoners.
The Frenchman recently said he had "wasted his time" at Upton Park and has now sealed a temporary exit.
Mohamed Diame is another Hammers midfielder to be linked with a move away from East London, with reports suggesting his release clause had been met by an unnamed club.
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F1 - Singapore GP
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