Jamie Redknapp insists that West Ham Marko Arnautovic does not need to survive & # 39 ;, but says that javelin and agent & # 39; must keep his mouth shut. after moving mega-money to China
- Marko Arnautovic is wanted in China and has been the subject of a bid of £ 36 million
- Arnautovic & # 39; s brother and agent have urged West Ham to sell the star-rush
- Jamie Redknapp believes that Danijel Arnautovic & # 39; should keep his mouth & # 39;
- The Sky Sports tenant spoke for the confrontation of West Ham against Arsenal
Robert Summerscales for Mailonline
Jamie Redknapp believes that West Ham will do well, whether they keep Marko Arnautovic's star or not.
A Chinese club offered £ 36 million for the Austrian striker, which is also offered more than £ 250,000 per week. West Ham responded by telling him that he had to honor his contract, which will last until 2020.
Arnautovic, who joined the Hammers in Stoke City in 2017, would like to leave the London stadium to speak for titles in China.
Marko Arnautovic, who warmed up for the West Ham competition with Arsenal, is being sought in China
Sky Sports expert Jamie Redknapp believes that West Ham will do well, with or without Arnautovic
His brother and agent Danijel were on talkSPORT last Thursday and urged West Ham to allow Arnautovic to leave for China.
Arnautovic was in good shape for West Ham this season and scored eight times in 17 games for Saturday's Premier League against Arsenal. But Redknapp, who talked about Sky Sports prior to that match, is not afraid of the future of West Ham without him.
Redknapp pointed out that the hammers have replaced the best players earlier, with the help of Dimitri Payet – who left in 2017 to come to Marseille – as an example.
The Austrian Arnautovic would like to buy a mega-money move at the London Stadium
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& # 39; You want to keep it … of course, & # 39; said Redknapp. & # 39; But West Ham will survive with or without him.
& # 39; They've done it before – with (Dimitri) Payet. Someone else comes in. There is always someone else who will join.
& # 39; But what you do not want is someone who says "I want this" to be called to account. It does not look good.
& # 39; His brother must keep his mouth shut. He does not help him at all. & # 39;
Agent Danijel said earlier this week in a statement: West Ham has bought Marko for peanuts. They have paid £ 20 million for him, which is nothing in the current market.
The striker started Saturday's game against Arsenal despite a week dominated by transfer talk
& # 39; They bought him in the Premier League last season and he did. He took every prize in the club – best player, signing of the season and the players prize.
& # 39; Now West Ham has a fantastic offer. It is almost double what they have paid for him. He wants to go to a new market and challenge him for titles. This is what he wants.
& # 39; It is his wish that West Ham accepts the offer from China. & # 39;
Arnautovic started against Arsenal after West Ham boss Manuel Pellegrini said in a pre-match interview against Sky Sports: "Marko is involved in the game and does not think about other things.
& # 39; He has no problem. He is currently in the starting XI and is involved in the game. & # 39;