15 July 2024

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West Ham striker Michail Antonio wants to leave the club this summer, FootballTransfers understands. Sources told us the 33-year-old is pushing hard to get out of East London and has no shortage of suitors. Chief among them are Scottish giants Celtic and relegated Leeds United. The Jamaican has been a constant presence and reliable source of goals for the Hammers in recent years, but is coming off a relatively poor Premier League season by his standards. In fact, he scored more goals in nine UEFA Conference League matches than in 33 league matches. In total, Antonio scored 14 goals last season, but a change of scenery seems to be on the cards. However, head coach David Moyes is holding back on potential exits until the right replacement is found, we hear. Exclusive: Barcelona still working on Lionel Messi loan deal despite comments from Inter Miami With a year remaining on his contract, a small fee will be demanded to push the Conference League winners away from the Hammers. Both Leeds and Celtic have lost some attacking talent this window and are looking to add an experienced striker to their squad, although there could still be interest from Saudi Arabia.

Leeds United v Southampton postponedMichail Antonio and Man Utd target Sofyan Amrabat © ProShots – Michail Antonio and Man Utd target Sofyan Amrabat Tough summer for West Ham Despite winning Europe last season, West Ham are finding it extremely difficult to recruit players for the upcoming campaign. Indeed, at the moment they have yet to officially sign any players, although that will soon change with the announcement of Edson Alvarez’s move to Ajax. After selling Declan Rice to Arsenal for a British record fee of €116.6m, the Hammers have had to deal with clubs increasing the value of their players knowing that West Ham have money to spend. EXCLUSIVE: Man Utd could keep Maguire for second season As we previously reported, the London outfit are interested in two Arsenal players. Kieran Tierney has become one of David Moyes’ main targets of late, while interest in Folarin Balogun has continued since the start of the summer window – signing him would give Antonio permission to leave. The Hammers have also recently been linked with a sensational double header of Harry Maguire and Manchester United’s Scott McTominay, but the former favors a move to the Champions League side.

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