We'll see what happens & Manuel Pellegrini admits that he is uncertain about the future of Marko Arnautovic as the West Ham attacker seems to bid farewell to fans after replacement in Arsenal.
- Manuel Pellegrini has admitted that he is not sure if Marko Arnautovic will be sold
- The agent of the striker revealed this week that he wants to move to China this month
- He also seemed to bid farewell to fans after he had been replaced on Saturday
- Pellegrini said: & # 39; It is a problem, but the club must see what is best for everyone & # 39;
Adam Crafton for the Daily Mail
West Ham manager Manuel Pellegrini hopes that the future of Marko Arnautovic will be resolved in the coming days after his star seemed to be waving to the London Stadium.
Arnautovic was at the center of a major controversy after he told West Ham that he wanted to leave English football and go to the Chinese Super League.
When he was immersed in the victory over Arsenal after 72 minutes yesterday in West Ham's house, he lifted his arms to all sides of the ground as he left the field and the home team responded with applause.
Manuel Pellegrini has admitted that he is not sure if Marko Arnautovic will stay in West Ham
Arnautovic seemed to wave the fans after they had been snatched up against Arsenal on Saturday
A nameless Chinese club has approached West Ham with a bid of more than £ 36 million and Arnautovic has received a contract offer in the region of £ 250,000 per week.
"We'll see what happens over the next few days and I hope he will make the best decision", said Pellegrini after the victory of his side.
& # 39; I have often been in this position in my 30 years, but I am calm with nothing 100% certain. & # 39;
Arnautovic's brother and agent Danijel told TalkSport's radio last week: West Ham has bought Marko for peanuts.
The 29-year-old wants to move to the Chinese Super League this month to challenge titles
They have paid £ 20 million for him, which is nothing in the current market. Now West Ham has a fantastic offer.
& # 39; It's almost double what they paid for him. He wants to go to a new market and challenge him for titles. This is what he wants. & # 39;
West Ham, for their part, claim that Arnautovic will not be sold, but brace himself for another £ 40 million offer for the Austrian and the 29-year-old continues to insist on a move.
In contrast to the last star of West Ham, Dimitri Payet, who left in 2017 to come to Marseille, Arnautovic continued to train at a high level.
He insisted that he would start yesterday and lead the front line to the London Stadium.
The boss of West Ham, Pellegrini, admitted after the duel that the situation was out of his hands