There is a very realistic chance that both Marko Arnautović and Javier Hernández could be leaving West Ham this summer.

Arnautović has tried to force a move, as reported by Sky Sports, while ExWHUEmployee has revealed West Ham have decided to cut their losses on the Austrian and accept an offer below his value to get the misfit out of the club.

While ESPN have reported that the Hammers have set their asking price for Hernández at $10-15 million, with the striker admitting he could leave while speaking on YouTube channel Naked Humans.

With this in mind, we asked who you would like to see remain a West Ham player past this transfer window:

12% of supporters claimed they would like to see both players remaining with the Hammers, feeling no need to change things up.

Arnautović was the Hammers’ main striker last season, starting 24 Premier League games , coming off the bench four times, getting 10 goals and four assists – despite this, only 7% would like to see him stay, which is probably down to his poor attitude.

Hernández was often Arnautović’s back up for large parts of last season, starting 14 Premier League games and making 11 substitute appearance, scoring seven times and assisting once.

Despite this, he is the preferred option of the two – likely because of the more professional way in which he has carried himself – with 26% of voters hoping to see the Mexican remain with the Hammers.

Most fans want them both out of the club though, with 55% voting to have neither player stay. With other options out there, West Ham supporters would like to see a new man leading the line, rather than keeping either of the current pair in claret and blue.