White Hart Lane side look to Old Trafford ace to aid striker crisis.
Tottenham will seek to boost their ailing attack with a summer move for Man United striker Javier Hernandez according to Football Direct News.
The North London club have struggled for goals this term and summer signings Erik Lamela and Roberto Soldado has signally failed to impress and now the White Hart Lane side will look to Mexican Chicharito to resolve the club’s striking crisis.
Boss Tim Sherwood is believed to be a big admirer of the 25 year old Man United man, who must be ready to consider an Old Trafford exit.
Hernandez is into his fourth season at Man United and has struggled to garner regular first team football, with life under David Moyes proving to be all the more frustrating for the lethal finisher.
Javier Hernandez has started just four Premier League fixtures this term and finds himself behind Robin Van Persie, Wayne Rooney and Danny Welbeck in the club’s pecking order, this is despite the fact that when called upon the Guadalajara born ace has an excellent strike record.
Hernandez has scored 57 goals in 142 appearances, of which 61 were from the bench.
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