West Ham are ready to offload Michail Antonio this summer, according to reports.

The winger made just 21 appearances in an injury-hit 2017-18 campaign and was disciplined by the club for turning up late to a team meeting in January.

The potential exits of Wilfried Zaha and Bakary Sako would leave Crystal Palace short of widemen heading into the new season.

And the Guardian claims that Antonio could leave West Ham after joining the club for £7m in 2015.

He faces an uncertain future under new Hammers boss Manuel Pellegrini, who is reportedly keen to sign Lazio attacker Felipe Anderson.

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But Antonio, who has been linked with Premier League new boys Fulham, hinted his future lies with West Ham.

He said: “I’m feeling good. The recovery from my operation is going well so I’m just going to keep moving on with it.

“I probably have another three months until I’m back training fully, so hopefully I’ll be back playing in August.

“It’s the holy grail to stay in the Premier League, so it’s great [that we’ve secured safety]. Hopefully next year we can do better.”