"Marko works without any problem." West Ham boss Manuel Pellegrini Self-assured wantaway striker Arnautovic will not go on strike while talking about the relocation of a lot of money to China
- The boss of West Ham, Manuel Pellegrini, is convinced that Marko Arnautovic will not strike
- Arnautovic wants to stop West Ham in January for a large cash flow to China
- Two seasons ago, Dimitri Payet refused to play over a move back to Marseille
- Pellegrini is convinced that the Austrian will continue to do his best for the team
Andy Sims, Press Association
The boss of West Ham, Manuel Pellegrini, is convinced that the poignant striker Marko Arnautovic will not follow the lead of Dimitri Payet and will go on strike.
Arnautovic wants to leave West Ham for a large cash flow to China with Shanghai, SIPG, which is thought to almost triple his salary.
Two seasons ago, the midfielder of Payet, a favorite of other fans in the stadium of London, refused to play until he returned to his former club Marseille.
Manuel Pellegrini is confident that the wileless striker Marko Arnautovic will not go on strike
Arnautovic's most recent appearance for West Ham came in the 1-0 win over Arsenal
Pellegrini says that he does not blame Arnautovic for turning his head, but is convinced that the Austrian attacker will continue to do his best for the team, even if the move does not take place.
"Marko works smoothly with the team", said Pellegrini.
& # 39; If you have such a high offer, everyone wants to leave, but he has a contract here and we will know what will happen in the coming days.
"Of course you can not blame him, he knows what the best option for him is and now we will see what happens between the clubs.
& # 39; I do not think the player will refuse to play. & # 39;
The hammers were busy preparing for the trip to Bournemouth during the training on Thursday
The signing of January Samir Nasri hopes to retain his impressive form since joining
Players were tested in their Rush Green facility in bitter cold
Sterman Felipe Anderson woke warmly to avoid the icy conditions in Romford
Declan Rice scored the winning goal in the short victory over the Gunners previous time-out
Former Fulham defender Ryan Fredericks resumed training after an ankle injury
Arnautovic seemed to bid farewell to fans when he was replaced during the home win over West Ham over Arsenal last weekend, but in the current circumstances he will be part of the team that will leave for Bournemouth on Saturday.
Javier Hernandez will also be involved after overcoming problems with the back and hamstring, and Pellegrini wiped off speculations that connect the striker from Mexico with a January move from East London.
"These are all rumors, about so many players coming to West Ham or West Ham & # 39 ;," Pellegrini added.
& Javier is part of the team. Unfortunately, he had two long injuries for about five weeks this season.
& # 39; He will remain an important player for us. & # 39;
Ryan Fredericks has also resumed training after an ankle injury, but Jack Wilshere will again miss the club he borrowed for a season due to his ankle problem.