Journalist Jack Rosser has told The Transfer Tavern that West Ham would be opening to selling Andriy Yarmolenko, providing they can replace him.
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Yarmolenko arrived with a big reputation following his brief yet impressive spell with Borussia Dortmund and incredible goalscoring exploits for both Ukraine and Dynamo Kiev.
However, a long-term injury saw the £100,000-a-week attacker miss almost his entire first campaign at the London Stadium, with further injuries forcing Yarmolenko to be sidelined for over 50 matches since his arrival in England.
Last season was the most productive of the three he’s spent with the Hammers, but having made just two brief one-minute appearances against Newcastle and Leicester this term, Rosser told The Transfer Tavern that David Moyes would be prepared to let him go as long as he’s replaced:
“Yarmolenko, they’d be open to letting him go, as long as they can fill his place in the squad. But he’s on big wages, which is proving a problem for loads of clubs.
“So, something could still happen there, they wouldn’t be against losing him.”
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