Whenever a new manager takes over a football club, he will want to put his stamp on the team as soon as possible.
Manuel Pellegrini took over as West Ham United boss in May knowing full well that he would have a summer transfer window to shape the squad that he desires.
So far, the former Manchester City manager has recruited four new faces, including Issa Diop, Lukasz Fabianski, Ryan Fredericks and Jack Wilshere.
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Numerous other names have been linked with moves to the London Stadium, but they are yet to sign on the dotted line.
There have been a few incomings at the East London outfit, which means that there is bound to be some departures.
In a report by Sky Sports News on Monday, it was claimed that the Hammers are willing to listen to offers upwards of £15m for Michail Antonio, while Cheikhou Kouyate and Pedro Obiang are also on the chopping block.
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Antonio has been a fan favourite for some time, but injury hampered the versatile player’s progress last season.
Obiang has also struggled with injuries, while Kouyate has lacked consistency in his performances on the pitch.
On Reddit, some West Ham fans discussed what they wish will happen with regards to the trio.