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West Ham not losing Antonio in an international match is ‘great news’, says Kenny – Rayototal

The fact that Mikhail Antonio does not join Jamaica for the international break is “good news” for West Ham, says former goalkeeper Paddy Kenny.

The 31-year-old was included in the Jamaican team, but did not join the team due to “Travel and logistics problems”.

Antonio has maintained that he is “fully committed to Jamaica” and will likely appear on Theodore Whitmore’s side soon.

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The former Nottingham Forest player has started this season in excellent shape, scoring five goals in six Premier League appearances.

He is the only recognized West Ham striker on the roster, who could come back to bite the Londoners if he suffers an injury.

However, the chances of injury before your next match against Everton they have been reduced by not traveling with Jamaica.

Kenny insists this is excellent news for the Hammers. tell Football Insider: “This is great news for them.

“It is difficult at the moment with all the travel logistics. You need to isolate and get vaccinated. Everything is very complicated.

Now that he is not leaving, West Ham will be in good spirits. He is an important player for them and they want him in that field.

“I’m sure Antonio doesn’t want to miss a game either, so I think he’s the right choice.

“I bet there was also a huge sigh of relief from the West Ham staff.

“He will stay for the next few weeks and then he will be eager to come back after the break.”

Elsewhere, Tottenham and West Ham are interested in signing Juventus midfielder Weston McKennie, according to reports.

Outlet italiano transfer market have reported that Juventus value their midfielder at around 30 million euros. Last month, the outlet said its future seems “increasingly distant” from the whole of Serie A.

They also reported that Aston Villa was keeping an eye on the player and suggested that both clubs could make a transfer for him in January.

McKennie was a fixture for Juve last season, having made 46 appearances in all competitions. This includes 18 Serie A starts.


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