Scamacca sends weird message on social media which has fans wondering

A cryptic post shared by injured striker Gianluca Scamacca on social media has left West Ham fans wondering about his future at the club, writes the HammerNews.

Scamacca’s debut season with West Ham has been far from ideal due to illness and injury. Recently, the club president who sold Scamacca to West Ham for £35m suggested that he might move back to Italy in the summer. Standing at 6ft 5in, the Italian striker was publicly questioned by David Moyes for his levels after returning from a two-month knee injury in January. Despite being available for selection, Scamacca was left unused for four Premier League games. Reports suggest that Scamacca has undergone knee surgery and will miss the remainder of the season.

It has been suggested that Gianluca Scamacca has played his last game for West Ham, with rumors of serious interest from Juventus. According to Claret and Hugh, Scamacca could be sold this summer. Recently, the striker posted a cryptic message on social media, which has left some Hammers fans wondering.

The post features a picture of Scamacca in a West Ham shirt, but it has been altered to black and white and accompanied by an hourglass emoji. The message has been interpreted in various ways by supporters.


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There are varying interpretations of Scamacca’s Instagram post among West Ham fans. Some speculate that it suggests he may make an early return before the season’s end following his recent surgery. Others believe it could be a hint that he intends to leave the club, with the black and white picture and hourglass emoji symbolizing time running out. Conversely, some fans think the post implies he is eager to return to action with West Ham next season and has no plans to leave. Ultimately, only Scamacca knows the true meaning behind the post. However, some fans may be overanalyzing it, and it could simply mean that he is patiently waiting for his return to play.