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Boris Johnson says he would be "perfectly happy" for the financial details of West Ham's move to the Olympic Stadium to be made public.
The London Legacy Development Corporation (LLDC) - set up to ensure the long-term success of the London 2012 site - and West Ham have insisted the deal involving the largely taxpayer-funded stadium should remain private for reasons of commercial confidentiality.
But the Information Commissioner has ruled the details of the deal should be disclosed and Mayor of London Johnson says he has no problems with that decision.
"I would be perfectly happy to publish the details of the arrangement," Johnson said at the London Assembly Mayor's Question Time on Wednesday.
"I understand the football club concerned is not so keen because they think it will give other clubs an inside into their finances and so forth."
Kevin Nolan is training with Leyton Orient following his departure from West Ham.
The 33-year-old midfielder will remain with the League Two team for an indefinite period.
"It is great to have such a model professional in Kevin at the club, and I am more than happy for Kevin to come in and train with the squad," Orient manager Ian Hendon, who has inspired his side to first place and five wins from their opening six league fixtures this season, told the club's official website.
"It is good for our players to be training with a vastly experienced and talented Premier League midfielder."
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Hull striker Nikica Jelavic is reportedly having a medical with West Ham.
Injuries to both Andy Carroll and Enner Valencia, and the departure of Modibo Maiga to Al Nassr, have left the Premier League club short of options and they are believed to have agreed a fee for the 30-year-old Croatian.
Jelavic, who remains familiar with Hammers manager Slaven Bilic from the latter's time in charge of the Croatia national team, scored eight goals in the Tigers' unsuccessful fight against relegation from the Premier League last season and underwent surgery on a long-term knee problem earlier this year.
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