I want to know the probable original Hebrew statement spoken by Jesus in Jn 10:30:
"I and the Father are one."
"Egō kai ho Patēr hen esmen."
Specifically, I want to know whether the probable original Hebrew statement included the word ’eḥāḏ or echad in the Shema (Deut 6:4):
"Hear, O Israel: YHWH is our God, YHWH is one."
"Sh'ma Yisra'el, YHWH 'eloheinu, YHWH ’eḥāḏ."
The reason of my question is clear: if ’eḥāḏ was in the original Hebrew version of Jn 10:30, Jesus was stating directly the compatibility of the binitarism  He was revealing at that time with Hebrew monotheism.
I am clearly taking the short route for the question, assuming either that there is trivial homology between Aramaic and Hebrew, as e.g. between Spanish and Portuguese, or that Jesus actually spoke the Jn 10:30 statement in Hebrew, which is plausible since his audience at that time in Jerusalem was not a crowd of simple Galileans but rather comprised of many Pharisees and scribes, much like the audience in Jerusalem to which Paul spoke in Hebrew in Acts 22:1-21.
But if an Aramaic-mastering user wants to go the long route for the answer, i.e. to give the Aramaic version of the Shema and the probable original Aramaic statement spoken by Jesus in Jn 10:30, so as to see whether the Aramaic equivalent of ’eḥāḏ is in the latter, feel free to go ahead.
 Jesus did not reveal that the Holy Spirit was a distinct divine Person until the Farewell Discourse, John chapters 14-17. If someone disagrees with this point, please do not touch it in your answer but open your own question about it.
Note: asking for "the probable original Hebrew statement spoken by Jesus in Jn 10:30" amounts, in practice, to asking for "a reliable Hebrew translation of the koine Greek text of Jn 10:30". Whether a translation to language Y of a text in language X is reliable is mostly an objective matter. Therefore, the question is not opinion-based. But since I am already satisfied with Perry Webb's response, you can leave it on hold if you like.