West Ham will look to step-up their push to sign Man United forward Javier Hernandez having seen Enner Valencia suffer an injury during their recent Europa League clash with according to the London Evening Standard.
Ecuadorian forward Valencia suffered a serious knee injury during West Ham’s 2-2 draw with Romanian side Astra Giurgiu and with Andy Carroll also sidelined the East London side will look to bring in a fresh attacking option.
West Ham have failed with a £9m offer for Chicharito and will have to make an improved offer for the Mexican international is Slaven Bilic is to get his man.
27-year-old Javier Hernandez is a proven Premier League goal-scorer who will struggle to force his way into Louis van Gaal’s first team set-up in 2015/16.
Javier Hernandez’s goal tally reached double figures in three of the four Premier League seasons he has spent at Man United and last term managed to net seven goals despite starting just six La Liga fixtures during his loan spell at Real Madrid.