Sabah reports Galatasaray are keen on signing West Ham United forward Javier Hernandez after the club’s vice president Abdurrahim Albayrak gave hints about a possible move last night.
Yesterday Albayrak attended an event and he reportedly said afterwards he now needed to leave, because Mexicans were waiting for him. It’s all very dramatic.
According to Sabah, Albayrak met with Hernandez’s representatives after the event and he’s been informed about the West Ham player’s demands
The Turkish club reportedly see Hernandez as a first choice striker for next season with Mbaye Diagne set to leave after just six months. The Senegalese forward has been linked with a move to the Middle East.
Futbol Arena also reports that the Mexican striker is keen to play for Galatasaray and he’s hoping both clubs will agree on terms.
Last season the 31 year old made 25 appearances for West Ham in the Premier League and scored 7 goals. He has a year left on his current Hammers contract.