It's been something of a mystery as to why Charlie Austin has not found a club willing to spend the £15m needed to buy him from QPR, despite interest from the likes of West Ham and Spurs.
West Ham chairman David Sullivan shed some light on why his club have not taken a punt on the striker, citing the fact that Austin failed a 2013 medical with Hull as the reasoning behind the Hammers' reticence.
There have been rumours that Austin is still carrying a knee injury, but according to Sky Sports it's even worse than that. He's got no ligaments in his what?!?!??!?!?