Javier Hernandez is currently at Real Madrid on loan from Manchester United but the quick Mexican is considered as surplus to requirements at both clubs and the striker could be on his way to London in the summer with West Ham set to add another good player to their ranks.
Javier Hernandez is set to depart Manchester United in the summer after Van Gaal made it clear to the forward that he was going to play second fiddle to Wayne Rooney and Van Persie. Hernandez proceeded on loan to Real Madrid where he has so far failed to break into the first team. West Ham have made an approach for the forward and Manchester United have told the London club that Hernandez would cost them 8 million euros if Real Madrid fail to activate their first option clause. Hernandez has admitted that he would welcome a move to a smaller club if it would guarantee him more playing time and West Ham might just be a viable option.
Real Madrid have given no inclination as to whether they would like to buy Hernandez in the summer but with the scope of attacking problems they are currently facing, Hernandez might just be a decent signing for the European champions