West Ham United coach Manuel Pellegrini has said that he is unsure of Marko Arnautovic staying with the club in London amidst strong interest from both parties from the Chinese Super League.
“Tomorrow (Friday) we’ll see the name of players that are in the squad list,” Pellegrini said on Thursday. “He’s working with us without any problem. I don’t know what will happen. It’s impossible for me to know the future. You as a manager are always worried of any different issues that you have with your squad. Of course if you don’t have any, it’s better, but these things happen in football and we know that we must try to solve it as soon as we can.”
Pellegrini also spoke about his second forward Andy Carroll who has also been linked with a number of clubs. He thinks Carroll is here to stay. “They are rumours. There are a lot of different rumours for different ways,” Pellegrini said. “I don’t think that Andy Carroll will leave the club… because he has a contract here. I think that Andy’s improving in every game that he plays. He had a very long injury but he’s working now the complete week with the squad.”
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