'Not for sale' - West Ham oppose Arnautovic's request for China switch

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Arnautovic is the subject of a £35m bid from an unnamed Chinese team, which West Ham have rejected, Sky Sports News reports.

The player's agent and brother Danijel Arnautovic told talkSPORT on Thursday it is his client's "great desire that West Ham accepts the offer from China".

Michael Owen is expecting Arsenal to have problems when they take on West Ham United in the Premier League on Saturday lunchtime. They paid £20m for him, which is nothing in the current market.

The Austria worldwide has reinvented himself as a centre-forward, scoring 11 times to keep the Hammers up last season.

As Gold strained to produce a series of throaty chuckles, assembled journalists asked him why Arnautovic had recently began learning Mandarin, purchased property in China and asked for his latest month's wages to be paid in Yuan. This is what he wants.

Writing in his column for BetVictor, Owen said: "Arsenal are unbeaten in their last 11 away games against West Ham in all competitions, but if there is to be a victor at the London Stadium I feel it will be the hosts, as I still have my reservations about the Gunners defensive capabilities".

While some Hammers seem adamant that Arnautovic won't leave during the January transfer window, a plethora of fans have fired into the Austrian amidst the transfers rumours, and here's a flavour of what some of the fans have said about these recent goings-on and many have likened this situation to that of the Dimitri Payet saga.

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"Players of his quality and other players like Declan Rice, Felipe Anderson, other clubs will want them but that is one thing". He hopes the fans can respect his wishes.

"I predict with complete confidence that we'll look back at the whole thing and laugh on the day of Marko's testimonial in 2026 as he tearfully hangs his boots up and joins the coaching staff".

But West Ham could enter the race to bring in Wilson as their replacement for star man Arnautovic.

'To try to grow as a club we need to keep our good players. At the moment we have no news about him. "I want to keep him, of course, but you never know what might happen in the future".

But going into the game, Arsenal's boss has a series of injury concerns which could force him to name a makeshift defence once again. I don't think he will leave'.

They have earmarked Bournemouth's England worldwide striker Callum Wilson as a potential target. He is valued at close to £50m.