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West Ham reluctant to sell Michail Antonio amid Everton, Wolves interest


West Ham United are reluctant to sell Michail Antonio before the winter market shuts.

The Daily Mail says the 32-year-old has been considering a January exit with the club's all-time Premier League top scorer sparking interest from Everton and Wolves, among others in the market for a goalscorer.

Antonio has been a loyal servant to West Ham since 2015, joining from Nottingham Forest for £7million.

Yet Hammers sources say the fitness of Gianluca Scamacca and Danny Ings, their new £12m signing who hurt his left knee on his debut, is a stumbling block in sanctioning a sale.

West Ham's stance could be tested if Antonio pushes to go but manager David Moyes is concerned about being left short in their race against relegation.

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