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West Ham have announced the loan signing of Joao Mario from Inter Milan until the end of the season.
The attacking midfielder, 25, goes straight into the squad to face Wigan in the FA Cup this weekend.
"I am really happy to be here. It's a really amazing experience to join this amazing team and I am just glad to be here," he told his new club's official website.
"It was a fast move. I have spoken with everyone around the team and, for me, it is exciting to play in the Premier League. I spoke with the coach and for me, I am really happy to be training for an amazing coach, also."
Friday's announcement was not unexpected, given United boss David Moyes spoke openly about the player at his Thursday press conference.
"My biggest concern is not him as a footballer but getting used to the Premier League, the speed and competitiveness compared to Italy or Portugal," Moyes said.
"His ability as a footballer is not in question, he's proved it, and I just hope he can hit the ground running. That's my only concern."
Mario played in all seven games as Portugal won Euro 2016.
Andy Carroll faces another lengthy spell on the sidelines after West Ham manager David Moyes confirmed he may require surgery.
Carroll, linked with a move to Chelsea during the transfer window, has been absent from West Ham's recent fixtures with an ankle issue.
The Hammers had hoped the 29-year-old, whose career has been scuppered by a host of injuries, would be missing for only a number of weeks.
But Moyes, speaking ahead of his side's Premier League clash against Bournemouth on Saturday, conceded that he could now be ruled out for months.
"We found out yesterday after Andy went for a scan and it showed up that he has got a problem," Moyes said. "We are not sure whether the ankle will need an operation or not.
"We are getting two or three specialists to look at it and then we will be able to make the correct decision. Hopefully we will know within a week."
West Ham striker Andy Carroll has an ankle injury and faces a possible lengthy absence, Press Association Sport understands.
Carroll has been linked with a move to Premier League champions, but now any move in January appears to be unlikely after a scan revealed the severity of the injury on Thursday.
Surgery is among the options being considered and, if 29-year-old Carroll underwent an operation he would be out for months, rather than weeks.
Hammers boss David Moyes is likely to address the matter in his media conference on Friday ahead of Saturday's Premier League clash at home to Bournemouth.
Carroll has not played since January 4 against Tottenham.
Moyes was at Chelsea's FA Cup replay with Norwich on Wednesday night, apparently watching Belgium striker Michy Batshuayi.
Batshuayi scored Chelsea's first goal in more than five hours, but his overall performance was underwhelming as he frequently squandered possession.
David Moyes has denied West Ham are ready to sell Andy Carroll this month.
The club have reportedly fielded interest from Chelsea and are prepared to listen to offers for the striker before the end of the January transfer window.
Carroll was not included in the squad on Tuesday as West Ham edged into the FA Cup fourth round after a 1-0 replay win over League One side Shrewsbury.
"They've not made contact with me. If they've made contact with someone else I don't know about it," Moyes said.
"Andy Carroll is part of my squad. I want to add to my squad, not lose anybody. There's been a lot of rumours regarding a loan but as far as I know it's not officially come from Chelsea."
Asked if he had any indication Carroll wanted to leave West Ham, Moyes added: "No. At the moment Andy has an ankle injury.
"He had an injection around 10 days ago and we hope that will settle and he will be available again as soon as possible."
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