West Ham receive huge bid for Marko Arnautović from Chinese club

Samir Nasri has joined West Ham until the end of the season

Arnautovic has been the subject of a £35m bid from an unnamed Chinese club, according to Sky sources.

"West Ham bought Marko for peanuts".

The 29-year-old's representative - his brother Danijel - gave a statement to talkSPORT in which he claimed the Austria worldwide was keen on the move.

But a Hammers spokesperson said: "Marko has a contract and we fully expect him to honour it".

The Austrian forward may have only been with West Ham for a year at the time but Jose Mourinho wanted the forward to join him at Manchester United.

Shanghai SIPG are the side said to be interested and have reportedly offered a wage packet of £200,000 per week over a four-year deal.

The Austria global has reinvented himself as a centre-forward, scoring 11 times to keep the Hammers up last season. He took every award at the club. "They paid £20m for him, which is nothing in the current market", read Danijel's statement, which he gave to talkSPORT. "This is what he wants".


"Until he is no longer a West Ham player, he will give everything to the club".

"Those are all rumours".

The report details that Wilson is in their sights as a potential replacement and they'd have to pay over £35million for the England internatonal, as he's been earmarked for around the £50million mark. "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". Marko in this moment is a player of our team. Players of his quality and other players like Declan Rice, Felipe Anderson, other clubs will want them, but that is one thing. I don't think they will go.

Pellegrini dismissed Arnautovic's angry reaction to being substituted after 20 minutes of Saturday's FA Cup...

The Hammers did plenty of work in terms of reinforcing their squad in the summer, and as such it could be a quiet January window for the Hammers, despite Pellegrini's need for numbers to keep them competitive through until the end of the campaign.

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

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