United in £12m striker talks, bid should be enough to force move.
Manchester United are braced for a £12m bid from Premier League rivals West Ham for backup striker Javier Hernandez, who have already failed with an £8.5m offer.
The Hammers are keen to improve their options up front due to injuries to Andy Carroll and Diafra Sakho, though Mauro Zarate impressed in the club’s shock 2-0 win away to Arsenal on the opening day of the season.
Still, with Hernandez unlikely to be a key player at Old Trafford this season, it could be worth bidding for the Mexican international, who did a decent job as a backup on loan at Real Madrid last season.
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According to the Daily Star, Upton Park could be his next destination, though Hernandez has already snubbed offers from other clubs this summer.