On Wednesday, we covered the worries in Colombia that were starting to surface surrounding the future of Cucho Hernández.
The young Watford forward was struggling to find a new club, and there were concerns that a season with the Premier League club’s reserves could hinder his development and potential spot in the national team.
However, all hope isn’t lost, as Marca in Colombia have some information, and there are clubs interested.
According to the outlet, three clubs have put offers in front of the player for the coming season: Valladolid, Leganés and Mallorca.
The former of the three already have a lot of forwards, meaning it would be difficult for Hernández to find himself a regular spot, while the second are seen as a ‘distant light’, but shouldn’t be discounted altogether.
As things stand, the youngster’s best hope is Mallorca, who have made a ‘formal and more serious offer’ than the others, and are only waiting on the ‘manager’s decision’, who wants to know more about the 20-year-old’s fitness and health, as he is currently injured.
AS Colombia, down their end, confirm the interest and explain the newly promoted La Liga club are ‘already in talks with Watford’ for a season-long loan.
Perhaps he’ll find himself a club after all, much to the relief of Colombians and their national team.