Despite the fact that forward Michail Antonio has claimed he is in talks with other teams, manager David Moyes of West Ham claims the club has “no intention” of selling him.
Antonio acknowledged that there was a chance he might leave in the January transfer window.
The 32-year-old is the club’s all-time greatest Premier League scorer and has been with the Hammers since 2015.
Moyes remarked, “[Antonio] mentioned it, but we here have no intention of doing anything.
“Players sometimes decide to do that, and some of them wish to leave. However, for the time being, we’re glad to have him, we want him to play well, and we want him to score goals.
Antonio claimed he would be sad to leave West Ham and has been linked with Wolverhampton Wanderers and a loan transfer to Chelsea.
Sincerity be told, I haven’t ruled anything out. I can only say that. Nothing has been disqualified. Whatever occurs, occurs, he stated on The Footballer’s Football Podcast, adding that there are negotiations.
“I’ve liked my time here, but football is football, so I won’t be upset if I stay, and I’ll be upset if I leave.
“Players move, players stay, and I would never have dreamed of it since before I came to West Ham the longest I stayed at a club was two years,” said the player.