Marko Arnautovic dismisses Manchester United speculation

Marko Arnautovic sends message to Jose Mourinho over Man Utd transfer

Marko Arnautovic is being linked with Manchester United

West Ham forward Marko Arnautovic has opened up about his future amid interest from Manchester United, claiming "whatever happens will happen".

Sky Sports News understands United are interested in signing the Austria worldwide, however, West Ham have no intention of selling Arnautovic - who they value at £50m.

Arnautovic has been quizzed on the reported interest from United on a regular basis since that outing against Russian Federation, but he is giving little away when it comes to his future.

'I am happy with my job.

Arnautovic has been heavily linked with a move to Old Trafford after enjoying a brilliant season for West Ham in the Premier League. Whatever happens will happen. "I've never heard anything", Arnautovic told Sky Austria.

However, West Ham have slapped a hefty £60million price tag on Arnautovic and the striker insists he's "happy" at the London Stadium.

"Even three weeks ago I haven't heard anything".

This news comes after the unfortunate injury that West Ham's Argentine play-maker Manuel Lanzini suffered in the week that has ruled him out for the start of next season.

That statement by him is cryptic for I am off.But it is up to West Ham if they have the balls to say no.If West Ham want to go to the next level you have to keep players like Arnautovic not sell them.

Mourinho was in attendance as Austria beat Russian Federation in a friendly global last week, as Arnautovic teed up the only goal in Innsbruck.

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