West Ham to make move for Man Utd outcast striker

Manchester United’s strikers have been struggling to perform since the turn of the year, and once again, United relied on goals from other areas of the field to get us all three points against a very good Burnley side managed by Sean Dyche.

Javier Hernandez, who knows exactly where the back of the net is, has turned into the forgotten man at Old Trafford – as he is currently spending the season on loan at Real Madrid.

It doesn’t look as though Madrid are going to sign the Mexican striker permanently, and according to AS, West Ham United are monitoring the 25-year old’s situation and are planning to make their move.

Hernandez has eighteen months left on his deal at United, so Louis van Gaal will be looking to get some sort of a fee for the transfer this summer as they won’t want him to let his contract run down and lose him on a free.

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