David Moyes has no intention of selling Andy Carroll and Javier Hernandez

Jose Verdugo
Enero 13, 2018

West Ham United boss David Moyes has claimed that he does not want to sell any of his forwards during the January transfer window.

West Ham also have Andre Ayew, Michail Antonio and Marko Arnautovic as forward options but Moyes said it would take a substantial offer "to prize them away".

National newspaper reports have linked Carroll with a move to Premier League defending champions Chelsea while Hernandez has struggled for game time since Moyes' arrival in November.

The 54-year-old told reporters: "I don't want any of them to go".

"Were not sure yet but if it is the latter - and that would be a real shame - we will need to go out to try to make a suitable signing this month because we will need someone who plays down that right-hand side". My intention is not to let anybody go.

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Hernandez, a £16m summer arrival from Bayer Leverkusen, has been limited to four goals in his 21 appearances for West Ham and made one league start since Moyes' tenure began.

"What I will say is that we have four or five strikers and obviously the competition is tough for all of them but I am happy with that and it would need to take an bad lot of money in this window to prise any of them away". "It would take an bad lot of money to prise them out".

"They have both done really well".

"He's as good a finisher as there is anywhere but you'd be hard pushed to say that he would be playing in front of the other two at the moment". He thrives on balls in the box. Maybe not in a lot of games, we may not have had quite that service to give him.

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