West Ham tell Arnautovic to honour contract

West Ham tell Arnautovic to honour contract

West Ham tell Arnautovic to honour contract

The Guardian adds that other reports claim the offer is from reigning Chinese Super League champions Shanghai SIPG.

Arnautovic's brother, Danijel, has issued a statement claiming that West Ham bought him for "peanuts" and should let him leave.

"Now West Ham have a fantastic offer". It is close to double what they paid for him.

The Austria global has reinvented himself as a centre-forward, scoring 11 times to keep the Hammers up last season.

However, they now have no room on their roster to sign foreign players, suggesting they may not be the club in question.

West Ham have been inconsistent throughout the campaign but will undoubtedly pose a threat to a perennially shaky Arsenal backline. This is what he wants.

Marko is professional and is preparing himself for the Arsenal game.

Regardless, West Ham do not want to sell Arnautovic and expect him to honour his contract.

That might well be the players wish, and knowing the big money that sides in China pay it really isn't too much of a surprise that his agent might want him to go too, but the club are going to dig their heels in.

Will be hard to replace but i trust Pellegrini to do it. [tomster36]This whole thing about Arnautovic is annoying!

West Ham signed Arnautovic for a fee that rises to £25m from Stoke City in July 2017.

'To try to grow as a club we need to keep our good players. "At the moment we have no news about him", Pellegrini told reporters on Thursday. "I want to keep him, of course, but you never know what might happen in the future". I don't think they will go.

Callum Wilson has scored 10 goals in all competitions for Bournemouth this season.

He is a 26-year-old coming to the peak of his career and scored on his England debut last year for the senior team.

Meanwhile, Jack Wilshere will step up his fight for full fitness next week.

Since the move, he has had surgery on one ankle but then endured another enforced lay-off because of pain in the other ankle.

West Ham confirmed on Thursday that Paraguayan defender Fabian Balbuena is out for up to two months after surgery on a knee injury.

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