Michail Antonio has increased speculation about his future by admitting he’s not spoken to West Ham United about a new deal to keep him at London Stadium reports Sky Sports.
The 26-year-old winger has been one of the bright lights in a mixed season for the Hammers which saw them struggle earlier in the campaign, although they’ve rallied somewhat recently to take six wins from their last ten league games.
Former Nottingham Forest winger Antonio has managed eight goals in a productive campaign which has also seen him called up to the England squad while reports during January linked him with a move to Stamford Bridge.
Antonio told Sky Sports News HQ: “Right now, nothing is really happening on the contract talks.
When asked whether he will sign a new deal, Antonio said: “We’ll see.”
West Ham are thought to be keen to keep Antonio – who signed a new deal last July -although whether they would be tempted by a big money offer from Chelsea remains to be seen. The lure of Champions League football may tempt the winger but West Ham could dig in their heels and refuse to sell, if it came to that.