West Ham are lining up potential strikes for an entire host of strikers as they put together themselves for all times with out their talisman Marko Arnuatovic.
The Hammers not too long ago obtained a £35m bid from an unnamed Chinese language membership for Arnautovic and, even if the membership have expressed their intentions to carry on to the Austrian, it seems as if he desires to go away, along with his brother and agent confirming that he’s eager to simply accept the supply from China.
In line with Soccer.London journalist Sam Inkersole, West Ham are bracing themselves for Arnautovic’s seemingly inevitable departure and are already lining up a bunch of potential replacements for the rest of the January switch window.
Inkersole means that the Hammers are already available in the market for Premier League strikers Callum Wilson, Olivier Giroud and Aleksandar Mitrovic and he additionally tipped the London outfit to reignite their curiosity in former switch targets Wissam Ben Yedder and Moussa Marega.
Sapo Desporto reported that West Ham failed to drag off a transfer for Marega final summer time, while Ben Yedder was beforehand touted to make the transfer over to the London Stadium again in 2016.
West Ham supervisor Manuel Pellegrini has already had his say on the way forward for Arnautovic and refused to rule out his departure – suggesting that investing in a brand new striker could also be on the playing cards.
“We’ll see what occurs within the subsequent few days,” he informed reporters, as per The Mirror.
“I repeat, the membership should see what’s finest for the membership, the participant, for everybody.I hope they’ll take the choice that works for everybody.”