Jarmolenko did not attend West Ham practice and match last week.
Football Ukrainian striker playing in the Premier League West Ham Andri Jarmolenko has returned to team practice. West Ham manager David Moyes told Jarmolenko that it will be up to him to decide whether to play in the England Cup on Wednesday, according to Reuters.
Jarmolenko, 32, was released from the club’s activities last week when Russia’s invasion of Ukraine began. He was also not in the line-up when West Ham won Wolverhampton 1-0 in a Premier League match on Sunday.
“Jarmolenko has come back and he did yesterday [maanantaina] light exercise. I had a good conversation with him, ”Moyes said.
“Naturally, he is really upset about the situation as many are, and especially those from Ukraine, so we are not in a hurry with him.”
According to Moyes, Jarmolenko will go to the cup match if he feels good.
“If you don’t feel like it, we’ll give him more days off.”
Moyes also said that he thought the right solution was to take the Champions League final out of St. Petersburg, among other things.
“It [päätös] could have been done faster. The Premier League and the Champions League are considered in all countries. That is why it is really important to take action and make sure that we isolate them [Venäjän] perfectly.”
West Ham will face England in their fifth round match at Southampton on Wednesday.
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