Published: Fri, January 12, 2018
Sport | By Cameron Gross

West Ham may be willing to part with Javier Hernandez this month

West Ham may be willing to part with Javier Hernandez this month

West Ham United are considering cashing in on striker Javier Hernandez this month, despite the fact that he only arrived at the club six months ago.

Sky sources understand West Ham would also be willing to sell forwards Andre Ayew and Andy Carroll if the right price was offered. The rumor emerges just five-plus months after Hernandez joined West Ham from German club Bayer Leverkusen in a £16 million ($21.6 million) transfer, and he might be on the move again ahead of the 2018 FIFA World Cup.

Hernandez has bagged four goals in 17 league games for The Hammers and although he has settled well, Hammers boss David Moyes does not see him as part of his long-term plans.

Hernandez's form in his second spell in England has been somewhat surprising given the 29-year-old's stunning arrival on the European scene at Manchester United.

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And the London Evening Standard claims the player is set for a move to America, with new franchise Los Angeles FC poised to make a move.

According to reports from Sky Sports, Hammers manager David Moyes appears to be keen on re-shaping the club's attack as he feels the West Ham squad is unbalanced with too many attackers, and has already agreed a fee for the sale of Diafra Sakho to Crystal Palace.

Hernandez has been in the goals throughout his career, especially at worldwide level where he has 49 in 99 caps for Mexico.

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