Marko Arnautovic Would Like To Leave West Ham To Play In UCL

Tanya Simon
November 15, 2018

Marko Arnautovic has hinted he may be ready to leave West Ham in order to chase his dream of playing Champions League football.

Arnautovic, who was instrumental in helping West Ham avoid relegation last season, has continued where he left off by netting five more goals this campaign, helping his team sit comfortably in the 13th position after a hard start to the season.

Danijel Arnautovic represents the Austria worldwide and his comments make it quite clear that the brothers do not feel West Ham offer a sufficient platform at this stage of Marko's career.

The Express claims that the two clubs are front-runners to secure the services of the 29-year-old whose brother and agent believe he is good enough to play at some of Europe's top clubs. "But I fully trust my brother in such matters".

Finally, Danijel was asked whether his brother could leave the club in January, admitting: "That is also possible".

Cahill has been a superb signing since joining Chelsea from Bolton in 2012 as he's made nearly 300 appearances for the club and has won a whole host of honours including 2 Premier League titles, the Champions League, the Europa League and 2 domestic cups during his time in west London.

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His passer rating was 110.7 and no doubt he staves off talk that he will lose his starting job, at least for another week. So far this season, the decision to stick with Manning had looked more and more calamitous with each passing week.

Manchester United and West Ham are ready to do-battle over the signing of Gary Cahill after Chelsea agreed to let the out-of-favour defender leave this winter, according to the Express. For that to happen, he has to play for a top team.

The Hammers striker has bagged five goals in 10 appearances for Manuel Pellegrini's side this season.

"Someone like him should not be fighting against relegation but playing for the best seats and for the global places".

In an interview with Austrian newspaper Kurier, the West Ham forward admitted that he has his eye on a transfer. He should play for the worldwide spots. But for a player like Marko this can not be the end, ' Danijel said. "But you also get the feeling this can not be the end". It was already very close in summer.

"There are options. And we are probing".

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