West Ham United have confirmed the signing of Stoke City and Austria forward, Marko Arnautovic, on a five-year deal said to be worth a club record £20m.
The talented Arnautovic joins the Hammers from the Potters, and will no doubt add proven Premier League and international pedigree to Slaven Bilic's United attack.
The 28-year-old becomes West Ham's third signing of the off-season period, and he will join defender Pablo Zabaleta and goalkeeper Joe Hart in the side's squad.
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The player revealed his delight at the move, telling the club's official website, "It feels special to me to be a West Ham player. Everyone knows that West Ham is a big Club, with big history and I'm happy to be a part of it now. I can't wait to get started. I played against West Ham at the old stadium.
"I didn't play last year at the new stadium because I was suspended – but I came to the game and I can only say it is a massive club with a lot of fans. They are crazy for football and this is what I like. The club is still growing, getting better and better and that's why I’m here."