West Ham fans are hoping for major improvements to their side this summer and the latest rumours will have caused concern.
It’s reported that Manchester United boss Jose Mourinho is keen on landing Austria international Marko Arnautovic from the Hammers, having scouted the 29-year-old against Russia this week.
West Ham only signed Arnautovic for a club-record fee last season and are determined to keep hold of their prized asset, after his 11-goal haul in the Premier League this term.
Naturally, fans on social media had a lot to say on the matter and many questioned where exactly Arnautovic would fit into a side that already boasts Anthony Martial, Jesse Lingard, Marcus Rashford and Alexis Sanchez.
One thing is clear though, as fans are desperate not to lose another fan favourite after the painful circumstances that saw Dimitri Payet return to Marseille a few windows ago – and fans have now named their price if he does have to leave.
I want to believe that as well #Payet
— Alan (@_AlanWHUAlan_) May 30, 2018
£200mil, why should we sell for anything less?
— Jamie Hall
If we ABSOLUTELY HAD TO SELL £50m plus Rashford, seems fair enough. But he can't go I will not allow it lol
— Dean Marsh (@deanrmarsh) May 30, 2018
Martial + £35m
— ᴮʳᵃᵈ (@Bradical1) May 30, 2018
swap for martial or rashford
— barrie senior (@barritelli) May 30, 2018
I wouldn’t be happy but I don’t think we could say no to anything over £50m
— Andy Smith (@Andy88WHU) May 30, 2018
If we could get 50m plus Rashford on loan that would be fair… he wouldn’t leave them for us permanently but for 1 season under an attacking coach whilst he waits for Jose to get the bullet next season sounds like a good deal for both…!
— Sam Packer (@sampacker80) May 31, 2018
No price is good enough it sends out the wrong message, why would good players want to join us when we get a good manager and still sell our best players.
— Stuart Dillon (@StuartDillon1) May 30, 2018
£80 mil to £100 Mil hard to turn down, but he would be hard to replace
— carl shotter (@carlshotter) May 30, 2018
£75million with every penny of it going to Pellegrini on top what he already has. ⚒⚒
— Trevor Dean (@Mistermiggs) May 31, 2018