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West Ham could ditch £16m striker Hernandez

West Ham could ditch £16m striker Hernandez

David Moyes has claimed that West Ham will not be selling any of their best players this winter, and that the club may bring players in, but people will not be leaving.

David Moyes has no intention of letting Andy Carroll and Javier Hernandez leave during the January transfer window, despite the West Ham manager admitting he has plenty of attacking options.

"No, I think you have to say the form of Marko Arnautovic and Michail Antonio have made it hard from the start".

"I think that we need something to be able to change if we want a window", the Scotsman told reporters.

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"Were not sure yet but if it is the latter - and that would be a real shame - we will need to go out to try to make a suitable signing this month because we will need someone who plays down that right-hand side". Now he is desperate to add reliability and Premier League experience to the West Ham squad and sees Arfield as an attractive option. So ideally, we strengthen. My intention is not to let anyone go.

"The form of Marko Arnautovic and Michail Antonio, at the start, has probably made it hard".

"When I joined, nine-10 weeks ago, Javier was injured so we had to go with Marko and Michail up front in different games". "They've both done really well". Chicharito is a really good player.

Slaven Bilic ended up paying the price for the club's early season woes and was sacked and subsequently replaced by former Everton and Manchester United boss Moyes. His finishing is as good as it is anywhere. He thrives on balls in the box and maybe in a lot of games we've not had that service to give him.


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