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Callum Wilson wanted by West Ham if Marko Arnautovic leaves for China

Callum Wilson celebrates scoring Bournemouth's first goal against West Ham
Image: Callum Wilson has attracted interest from Chelsea and West Ham in January

West Ham will target Bournemouth striker Callum Wilson if they decide to let Marko Arnautovic leave for China, according to Sky sources.

Shanghai SIPG want to sign Arnautovic - but had a £35m offer for the Austria international rejected by West Ham last week.

Arnautovic's agent and brother, Danijel, has claimed that the West Ham striker wants to leave and called on the club to accept the offer from the Chinese Super League side.

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Hammers boss Manuel Pellegrini will have the final say on whether West Ham sell Arnautovic, who is valued at over £50m.

Chelsea have also been linked with Bournemouth forward Wilson - but his manager Eddie Howe says they should not be entertaining offers for the England player.

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Eddie Howe insists Bournemouth will not sell anyone they do not want to in January

Howe said: "In my opinion, and it's just my opinion, I wouldn't sell at any price - but I'm the manager, trying to create the best team that I can.

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"We desperately want to take the team forward and to do that we have got to keep our best players."

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