Yesterday we brought you an update on the situation around Watford striker Cucho Hernández and his attempts to find himself a club.
The striker has spent the past two seasons out on loan at Huesca and mostly impressed, scoring 15 goals in 70 games for the club.
He left them this year and was hoping for a move upwards but so far has failed to find a new club. Bola Vip covered his situation, and it appeared he was running out of options, with Watford having made it clear they have no use for him this year.
They believed Real Mallorca were looking at the striker although it was made clear he wasn’t a priority for them.
AS cover his future today, and they’ve got a more positive outlook for Hernández, while also explaining why he’s so desperate to find a club.
The newspaper says that, at the beginning of the transfer window, Hernández had four suitors. They were Real Valladolid, Mallorca, Espanyol and Real Betis. Those options have now ‘diluted’ however.
Valladolid are still interested, with it stated they ‘still maintain the illusion of signing him’, Mallorca are also keen and Real Sociedad have joined the list of suitors. Espanyol and Betis have seemingly fallen away, the latter having recently signed Borja Iglesias.
Hernández and his representatives are now working to find the best move for the striker, although AS insists ‘there are few possibilities’ for him.
The 20-year-old is desperate to find himself a club as he wants to be fit and firing for the U23 Pre-Olympic Tournament which is taking place in Colombia in five months.