Date: 19th July 2018 at 6:36pm
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Here at Vital West Ham, as well as being a friendly bunch, we’re realistic enough to accept that in these days of Financial Fair Play Regulations it is necessary to balance the books.

The days of when clubs like Chelsea spent an absolute fortune because their owner had the readies to spare, have long gone.

Therefore, with West Ham United having, just as David Sullivan promised, splashed the cash big-time this summer and bringing in a plethora of summer signings, we accept that it could see some of the current squad heading for the exit.

But, it’s worrying to read, in the news source, Talksport, that the Hammers could be prepared to let Marko Arnuatovic leave.

According to our referenced source, that could be the case with it being suggested that the 29-year-old Austrian could be on his way to Manchester United or Roma.

If that is the case it will be a serious own goal!

Arnautovic was head and shoulders above any other West Ham player in the second half of last season and surrounded by the wealth of talent the Hammers have brought in this summer, he can only get better.

But, what’s your view on the above piece of speculation?

Could it happen?

Please feel free to leave your opinion in the comments facility beneath this article.


5 Replies to “Surely Not West Ham But Then Again….”

  • This story has already been rubbished by those close to the club, so why do you see the need to regurgitate it. He is not for sale end of!

  • Have you ever considered employing someone who knows something about football, mmmm no l didn’t think so.

  • At the end of last season 2players left the club We were 5 players short last season We’ve had 7 new players in so nobody needs to be sold for FFP We have 3 long term injuries so no one can be sold till January unless someone keen on Carroll or Reid for free We will have injuries and suspensions during the season If anything we need to buy 2or3 more players not sell any We need 22 players not 11 as pundits seem to think

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