‘There is nothing concrete’: West Ham star gives update on his future, it looks like he is staying

West Ham United striker Michail Antonio has hinted he could stay at the London stadium this summer.

Mikhail Antonio has been linked with a move from West Ham but he keeps talking Footballer’s Football Podcastsaid the 33-year-old that there is nothing concrete at the moment.

“Obviously I’m being associated and there’s talk of my leaving,” he said. “But there’s nothing fixed, there’s nothing concrete, so all I can do is keep working hard, keep playing for the team I’m currently employed with and whatever happens, happens.”

Accordingly TEAMtalkWolverhampton Wanderers are planning a move for Antonio.

The West Midlands club recently sold Raul Jimenez to Fulham and are therefore in need of a new centre-forward.

Mikhail Antonio staying at West Ham would be good news

Antonio didn’t have his best season last season, only managing to score five times in the Premier League. Still, it’s a good player to have around.

The Jamaica international has so much experience while his goal record at West Ham isn’t bad overall.

The Hammers have already sold Gianluca Scamacca so trying to replace him and Antonio when David Moyes wants three veteran forwards in his squad could be a bit of a headache.

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For the player himself, too, staying at the London stadium could be in his best interests. West Ham qualified for the Europa League after winning the Europa Conference League last season, giving them a chance to compete in the competition again.

His contract expires next year so the east London club may have to make a decision if a good offer comes in for him.

However, he’s not someone they should be urging to exit. However, there is always a chance that Antonio will decide to try something new.

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Emma Bowman

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