West Ham United should look at Nikola Kalinic

Lynette Rowe
August 12, 2017

"It's game time. This Sunday West Ham kick off the season at Manchester United live on Sky Sports in the UK".

Tony Yeboah, who played for Leeds in the English premier league in the nineties says he is hopeful the midfielder will come good this season.

'They (Hernandez, Hart, Zabaleta, Arnautovic) know the league so they don't need to adjust or adapt.

The Mexican worldwide joined West Ham this summer and the fixture list has left him with a bit of a dilemma if he scores.

Hernandez is now set to return to Manchester with his new side and admits it will be an emotional time - and that he has a decision to make over whether to celebrate if he hits a debut goal for West Ham.

"After your first season, everyone gets to know you more", he said.

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Manchester United have also invested heavily this summer, recruiting Victor Lindelof, Nemanja Matic and Romelu Lukaku thus far, and all three are likely to start against the Hammers.

That is great to hear, so the questions are will he be fit for Sunday's Premier League opener at Old Trafford and if he scores, will he celebrate the strike? I want to do as best as I can. "Imagine the emotions that I will have going there".

"I don't know - in this type of game and with these type of opportunities I will not think about celebration".

'My contract is for one year and that's long enough.

There is an air of optimism around the London Stadium ahead of the new campaign, thanks in no small part to the four new signings made by the West Ham hierarchy, who have brought in proven Premier League quality with the likes of Joe Hart, Pablo Zabaleta, Marko Arnautovic and Javier Hernandez. He already showed him how much we respect him. After being frozen out at Manchester City by Pep Guardiola the 30-year-old spent last season on-loan at Torino with mixed success.

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