Marko Arnautovic “wants to go”, according to West Ham team-mate Michail Antonio
Michail Antonio says “everyone knows Marko Arnautovic wants to go” and claimed “he’s going to probably one of the best clubs” in China.
West Ham are combating to dangle onto talisman Arnautovic , topic of a £35m bid from a Chinese Super League membership, believed to be champions Shanghai SIPG, who’re additionally ready to pay him over £200,000-per-week.
West Ham say he isn’t on the market regardless of his brother and agent Danijel urging the Hammers to let him pass.
And West Ham winger Antonio advised Sky Sports’ Goals on Sunday programme: “Obviously there may be passion, we all know that Marko needs to pass.
“He’s huge for the membership, I feel he’s joint best goalscorer, he’s a large participant for us, the lovers love him.
“It’s simply a type of issues the place in his lifestyles presently he feels that is any other step for him.
“I feel he’s going to most definitely some of the very best golf equipment over there [in China] and may well be ready to win some trophies.
“And he would possibly simply really feel like earlier than he retires he simply wishes a brand new step and this may well be the step that he needs.”
Austrian Forward Arnautovic seemed to wave good-bye to Hammers lovers when subbed in the day prior to this’s 1-Zero win over Arsenal .
But regardless of that and Antonio showing to recommend his go out is coming near near the be offering for the 29 year-old is a way off what it will take to make the Hammers even imagine promoting.
Arnautovic is lately again in Austria and due to go back to coaching on Tuesday after being two days off through boss Manuel Pellegrini along side the remainder of his teammates.
Bournemouth ’s Callum Wilson will likely be some of the strikers in West Ham attractions if they’re compelled to promote Arnautovic.
But any deal would most likely have to wait till the summer season on the earliest with Bournemouth made up our minds to cling onto their big name guy who may be in Chelsea ’s listing of striker objectives.