Javier Hernandez is not tempted by a move to the United States despite interest from new MLS team LAFC. West Ham are prepared to listen to offers for Hernandez who was signed for £17million from Bayer Leverkusen last summer. The Mexican has scored only four times and has been unable to hold down a regular place in the side under either Slaven Bilic or David Moyes. LAFC declared an interest in the 29-year-old striker and were keen for him to link up with Mexico team-mate Carlos Vela. Hernandez, however, has made it clear his preferred option would be to stay in Europe, and ideally in the Premier League if he is to leave West Ham. The striker previously spent five years at Manchester United, making 157 appearances in total.
Javier Hernandez not tempted by Los Angeles move as West Ham prepare to offload £17m striker after six months
Daily Mail | Jan 13