West Ham Close In on Antonio Replacement:


Michail Antonio’s long West Ham reign appears to be nearing its end. The 34-year-old’s declining form has reportedly convinced the club to sell him this summer, leaving a major void in David Moyes’ attack.

Moyes has been searching for a long-term solution to replicate Antonio’s physicality and goalscoring threat. According to German outlet Bild, West Ham have finally set their sights on Serhou Guirassy, a 28-year-old Guinean striker who has been tearing up the Bundesliga for Stuttgart.

Guirassy has been nothing short of phenomenal this season, bagging a staggering 27 goals in just 25 games. The powerful forward boasts a skillset eerily similar to Antonio’s – exceptional aerial ability, electrifying pace, and a ruthless finishing instinct. Partnering him with West Ham’s creative talents like Jarrod Bowen and Lucas Paqueta could form a truly dangerous attacking unit.

The icing on the cake for West Ham might be Guirassy’s reported £17 million release clause. This fee could make him a bargain acquisition for the Hammers, significantly bolstering their attacking options for next season.

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  • Anonymous says:

    I’ll believe it when I see it ..if moyes is in charge, no chance…..he sucks the confidence out of decent forwards ..or deploys them as right backs

  • Anon says:

    I think that was Bilic, but don’t let the facts get in the way of your opinion.

  • Martin61 says:

    Antonio ruthless in front of goal………mmmmmmm! That said he has been a fantastic player in his time at West Ham and he will always get a warm welcome.

    Nanda not only was it Bilic who played him at right back, it was Moyes who converted him to centre forward, a la Arnoutavic. As the last post said, don’t let facts get in the way of your opinion

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