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Peter Crouch Urges Manchester United to Consider Signing Unsettled West Ham Star Marko Arnautovic

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?Stoke City striker Peter Crouch has suggested that Manchester United should consider making a last-minute move for West Ham's Marko Arnautovic in the January transfer window.

Speaking to the Daily Mail, the ex-England international revealed: "Marko Arnautovic always struck me as a player who could end up at Manchester United, and Old Trafford looked like it would be the perfect stage for him.

During ?West Ham's 1-0 win against Arsenal on Saturday, Arnautovic seemed to wave goodbye to the club's supporters, a gesture that could signal his imminent departure from the club in the coming weeks.

"West Ham are adamant that they will not sell him but it seems pretty clear that he wants to go, given what his brother, Danijel said on Thursday.

With just under three weeks remaining in the January transfer window, the Hammers will need to line up a possible replacement for their talisman if they are to let him leave the club.

"There were doubts about his temperament and maybe that's why one of the top six haven't taken him, but the next best thing for his was a club such as West Ham, on the up in the Premier League.

The Austrian has found the back of the net on eight occasions this season and is currently West Ham's leading marksman ahead of the likes of Felipe Anderson and ?Javier Hernandez.
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