David Moyes ready to sell Javier Hernandez this month

Sheri Evans
January 13, 2018

As things stand Hernandez doesn't look likely to improve any time soon as a West Ham player, with Moyes opting to move the rejuvenated Marko Arnautovic into a striking position alongside Carroll or Michail Antonio, meaning even less chance for him to build up any consistency.

The Premier League club is willing to sell the Mexican striker for the right price during the January transfer window, Sky Sports and ESPN's Peter O'Rourke reported Thursday, citing sources.

The Mexico striker joined the Hammers from Bayer Leverkusen in the summer and made a promising start by netting twice in his second game for the club in their 3-2 loss at Southampton.

In 17 league appearances so far this term, an under-serviced Hernandez has come up with only four goals and has struggled to get back to grips with Premier League action.

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Now David Moyes, who replaced Slaven Bilic as manager in November, is willing to listen to offers for the 29-year-old.

West Ham have had an opening bid of £5 million for Bournemouth midfielder Harry Arter turned down.

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. That amounts to a nightmare scenario for Hernandez, who is expected to lead Mexico's attack next summer at the World Cup, and his national team's legions of fans.

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