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Agent alerts Arsenal and West Ham to star’s availability

07:50 06 December 2012

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Arsene Wenger's side could be forced to postpone their Boxing Day fixture. Photo: Jonathan Brady/PA Wire

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Stig Lillejord, agent of Mohammed Abdellaoue, has put Arsenal and West Ham on red alert after admitting that his client could move in January.

The Norway international has found the target 31 times since moving to Hannover in 2010 and has been linked with a move to the Premier League.

He told Calciomercato: “I know the rumours but no-one has contacted me. So far there have been no formal offers. What if something happens in January? Then we have to ask Hannover.”

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