On November 30th, Javier Hernandez gave an interview to Marca, in which he made clear he could leave West Ham United in January.
It’s no surprise that a day later, there’s a report linking the Mexican international with a move away from the Premier League club as El Gol Digital has provided the latest update.
The former Real Madrid man is now ‘dissatisfied’ with his life at the English capital club and is looking for an ‘immediate exit’ when the transfer window reopens in January.
A year after joining the Hammers from Bayer Leverkusen, the striker had an opportunity to return to La Liga, but Manuel Pellegrini, who arrived at the London Stadium in the summer, convinced him to stay.
However, the report suggests the ex-Manchester United star’s situation with his current employer has changed and this has alerted clubs in Spain.
Real Sociedad and Valencia were both interested in Hernandez in the summer, but no deal took shape and El Gol Digital mentions the two sides have still maintained their interest in the player.
For West Ham, the frontman has played 345 minutes in the league across nine appearances and score one goal in the process.