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Journalist expects West Ham to move on Andriy Yarmolenko

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Jack Rosser has told This is Futbol that he expects to be moved on by West Ham.

The Ukrainian, who scored twice at this summer European Championships, including a spectacular effort against Holland, has been with the Hammers for three seasons since joining from Borussia Dortmund, although his time at has been overshadowed by injuries.

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A -term ruptured Achilles tendon saw the winger missed almost his entire first campaign in before a muscle problem restricted him to just 23 appearances in the Covid-19 affected season.

£18m man Yarmolenko appeared to put his injury problems in the past last term but started just one Premier League game – playing only 362 minutes in total in the league.

The 31-year-old is one of West Ham’s highest earners, taking home £100,000-per-week, and Rosser thinks that with Yarmolenko bringing very little to the table, he’s one that could be sold by the Hammers.

He told This is Futbol:

“I think Yarmolenko would be the next one if there’s going to be more departures because he is eating up quite a lot of their wage bill and not offering much in return.”

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