Marko Arnautovic confirms he wants to leave West Ham

Annette Crawford
November 15, 2018

Arnautovic's brother Danijel, who is also his agent, says the 29-year-old could leave the London Stadium in the near future. He should play for the worldwide spots.

Arnautovic's brother represents the Austrian and he's confirmed he was "very, very close" to leaving for a Champions League club last summer.

West Ham forward Marko Arnautovic believes the time is right to quit the Hammers and play with some of the best players in the world of football.

Asked which clubs are interested in his client now, he added; "There are many Premier League clubs tracking him, for example Chelsea and Everton, but it is not only them".

'I'm 29, so that's the best age, ' he told Austrian newspaper Kurier.

Arnautovic briefly played under Manchester United boss Jose Mourinho during a loan spell at Inter Milan during the 2009-10 season.

The Austria worldwide was West Ham's outstanding attacking player in the Premier League last season after being moved into a centre-forward role by manager David Moyes, registering 11 goals and six assists to help keep them in the top flight.


"He's a big part of West Ham's team but I think it's possible to tease out more of him".

Arnautovic has scored five goals for West Ham this term.

Arnautovic's agent, his brother Daniel, says the Austria global is considering a January exit and claims a host of top sides in England are monitoring his situation.

'There were two clubs playing Champions League this season.

Arnautovic's agent added that he enjoys playing for the Hammers, and loves the fans and the club, but this isn't the end of the road for the attacker.

Meanwhile, West Ham are still hopeful of signing Samir Nasri despite concerns over the France international's fitness. "But you also get the feeling this can not be the end". Pellegrini is understood to be in favour of handing the 31-year-old a deal until the end of the season with an option to extend his stay.

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