By Alex Shilling, News Editor
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A deal for Titus Bramble at West Ham could still be on as the defender said today that he has a few offers open to him.
Speaking to Sky Sports, he said: "I'm not ruling anything out, there are a few options. The main thing is for me to stay fit ahead of wherever I may end up."
The ex Sunderland man has been training with the Hammers and started the recent friendly against Cork City as he aims to keep his fitness levels up ahead of the new season, sparking speculation that the Irons are set to offer the defender a contract.
However, Bramble last night turned out for hometown club Ipswich, for whom he made his professional debut in 1998 as they triumphed 2-1 over League 1 side Gillingham.
West Ham manager Sam Allardyce was earlier said to be mulling over whether to sign Bramble or not, and there has been no official confirmation from either Allardyce or the Hammers that the 31 year old has left the club and contrary to reports yesterday, no final decision has been made by the Upton Park club on Bramble.