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West Ham United fans are sick of hearing their players want to leave at the moment but has Adrian joined the list.

There is uncertainty over the futures of West Ham stars Marko Arnautovic and Declan Rice.

Rice has been involved in protracted contract negotiations with the Hammers.

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Rice and Arnie linked with moves away

But according to the Evening Standard West Ham’s ‘final offer’ has proved unsatisfactory.

The likes of Chelsea, Manchester United, Arsenal and Liverpool have all been linked with the versatile young star (Express) who has shone in central midfield this term.

Meanwhile, Manuel Pellegrini’s talisman Arnautovic is reportedly eyeing a January move to a Champions League club.

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Fabianski form pushing cult hero to brink of move?

One man running both players close for Hammer of the Year has been new goalkeeper Lukasz Fabianski.

The Poland international’s performances have kept cult hero Adrian out of the side.

Now some fans feel the Spaniard is another looking for a move away in January after a recent post on social media.

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Fans already bidding Adrian farewell after social post

Adrian posted a picture showing him in his training gear with the words: “Nothing happens until something moves.”

Of course the message could mean something entirely innocent.

But many supporters see it as proof he wants out when the winter window opens.

There was an outpouring of love for the goalkeeper after the post.

Fans have been wishing him well wherever he decides to go next after five years and nearly 150 appearances for the club.

Whatever happens Adrian will be fondly remembered in East London.

His finest hour came when he scored the winning penalty in a thrilling FA Cup tie with Everton at Upton Park.

The sides could not be separated over two games and extra time.

And a lengthy penalty shootout was doing little to provide a winner either.

That was until Adrian stepped up to the spot and threw down his gloves with supreme confidence.

The rest is history as he slotted home to win the tie 9-8 on penalties.