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West Ham may still move for Callum Wilson if Marko Arnautovic goes to China

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West Ham may still move for Callum Wilson if Marko Arnautovic makes switch to China in January window West Ham have already turned down one bid for Marko Arnautovic from China But they anticipate another offer and the striker wants to move there this month Callum Wilson is a target to replace the Austrian if he does depart West Ham 

West Ham could still move for Callum Wilson as they look for a replacement for the China-bound Marko Arnautovic.

The Hammers have already turned down one bid from an unnamed Chinese side for the striker, but they anticipate an improved offer will come in during the January window.

Arnautovic has his heart set on a move to China, where he will earn around £250,000-a-week in wages, and is likely to have played his last home game for West Ham.

West Ham could still make a move for Bournemouth striker Callum Wilson this month

Marko Arnautovic may have played his last home game for West Ham with a Chinese side keen

He featured in the match against Arsenal on Saturday, which West Ham won, and appeared to wave goodbye to the supporters at the London Stadium.

Bournemouth are under no pressure to sell Wilson and are likely to slap a significant price-tag on him.

West Ham are still viewing him as a possible addition and could make a move if the Austrian leaves.

Manuel Pellegrini's side could move for Wilson if Arnautovic does move to China this month

'We will see what will happen in the next days,' Manuel Pellegrini told Sky Sports when asked about Arnautovic. 

'It's an issue, but the club must see what the best is for the club, for him and for everyone and I hope the club will make the best decision for everyone. 

'I think we are very calm about the situation, but I don't want to talk about that because nothing is 100 per cent but we will see what the developments are over the next couple of days.'

Pellegrini's side visit Bournemouth in their next Premier League game on Saturday next weekend. 


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