Wolves could sign Michail Antonio from West Ham United this summer for £6 million.

According to Rudy Galetti via Give Me Sport, Wolves are keen to bring West Ham forward Michail Antonio to Molineux in the summer transfer window.

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The 33-year-old has been linked with a move to Saudi Arabia recently, where he could more than double his salary.

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However, a move to another Premier League side is seemingly on the cards for the former Nottingham Forest man.

Wolves are said to be trying to sign the Hammers hitman this summer – a player David Moyes has relied heavily on over the past three-and-a-half years.

Wolves could sign Michail Antonio from West Ham for £6 million

Rudy Galetti told Give Me Sport that the Hammers attacker is certainly on Wolves’ radar this summer:

“Wolves are also looking for an offensive player, either a striker or a winger. Michail Antonio’s contract with West Ham expires next year in 2024. He is one of the names explored.”

Wolves could sign Michail Antonio from West Ham for £6 million
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It has been alleged that the Hammers will be open to selling him for £6 million this summer (Caught Offside).

I think that if Wolves offer £6 million for Antonio, Moyes should not hesitate to sell him.

If he does leave though, the Scot absolutely must have a ready made replacement lined up to come straight into the side.

If Wolves sign Michail Antonio for £6 million, it will be good business for West Ham, but not if we don’t bring in another forward straight away.


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