According to a report from Sky Italia, Spanish side Valencia have agreed on personal terms with West Ham United forward Javier Hernandez. The 30 year old wants to get more consistent time in the first team wherever he is playing, and that isn’t currently the case at London Stadium. He’s being kept out of the side by strikers that appear to be slightly more consistent in front of goal, but either way, it makes sense for him to want to look elsewhere.
Michy Batshuayi’s loan spell at Valencia from Chelsea was cut short, which is one of the primary reasons why they’re looking for a new striker. Hernandez has proven in the past that he’s more than capable of performing well at the highest level, but it’s just a case of rediscovering that spark he once had.
Chicharito, who featured for Mexico at the World Cup this past summer, has also had spells for Bayer Leverkusen, Manchester United and Real Madrid.
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