West Ham striker Marko Arnautovic is said to be a target for Serie A club Inter Milan, according to Di Marzio.
The 30-year-old scored 10 goals in 28 Premier League appearances last season, while also registering four assists.
However, in the January transfer window of this year, Arnautovic was seeking a move away from West Ham and wanted to go to China and earn some serious cash.
West Ham co-owners David Gold and David Sullivan decided on keeping Arnautovic, and bizarrely, he was offered an improved contract in January, which would make him more money and extend his contract for one more year.
Since then, Arnautovic appears to have changed his mind and wants to stay at West Ham, so any rumours hinting at a move can be taken with a pinch of salt.
There is no doubting his quality when he turns up, but it is finding that consistency which has prevented him from becoming West Ham’s 20 goals-per-season striker the fans have craved for so many years.
Inter is a club close to the heart of the Austrian, but he is said to be happy again in east London and it is unlikely that we will see him depart this Summer.
By Frankie Levin (@FrankWHUFC)
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