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West Ham United have reaffirmed that forward Marko Arnautovic is not for sale despite his brother's claims that the Austrian wants to leave the club this month.

West Ham bought Marko for peanuts. "They paid £20m for him, which is nothing in the current market", read a statement from Danijel to talkSPORT.

They bought him to keep them in the Premier League last season and he did that. "He took every award at the club; best player, signing of the season and the players' award", added Danijel Arnautovic.

West Ham have been inconsistent throughout the campaign but will undoubtedly pose a threat to a perennially shaky Arsenal backline.

The report details that Wilson is in their sights as a potential replacement and they'd have to pay over £35million for the England internatonal, as he's been earmarked for around the £50million mark. This is what he wants. It is his great desire that West Ham accept the offer from China.

West Ham have had some miserable failures in attack for the club over the last decade, with the likes of Mido, Benni McCarthy, Marouane Chamakh and Simone Zaza all struggling upon arrival. He hopes the fans can respect his wishes.

Oh sure, players and clubs are always honouring contracts these days. He is not for sale'.

"I don't want to talk about things that might happen". Especially with big players. Marko in this moment is a player of our team.

'To try to grow as a club we need to keep our good players.

"He's not been able to book the return flight just yet - something to do with a system error affecting all airlines - but he'll let us know when he's headed back and he'll send us a picture of him signing the guest book and posing with a scarf". Although after Payet you never know what's round the corner. I don't think they will go. What's more is that Arsenal have scored more goals after halftime than any another other side this season.

Chelsea are also interested in the 26-year-old, who Bournemouth rate at around £50m.

Now he is set to resume light training on Monday and could be ready to play again in six weeks.

Since the move, he has had surgery on one ankle but then endured another enforced lay-off because of pain in the other ankle.