West Ham forward Javier Hernandez is hoping to leave the London Stadium this summer and move back to Spain.
According to Tuttomercatoweb, relayed in an article by HITC, the former Real Madrid striker is keen on a switch back to La Liga.
Valencia were keen on the forward back in January, however, the 30-year-old remained in London and made a further 12 appearances for the Hammers.
The same report suggests that the Mexican is attracting plenty of interest from America.
The former Manchester United striker is expected to leave the club this summer, however, the natural goalscorer is reportedly on a salary of £3.5m a year, which could be a stumbling block for any potential buyers.
The Hammers are expected to lose two more strikers over the summer, with both Marko Arnautovic and Lucas Perez keen on departing the club.
FC Porto’s Moussa Marega and West Brom’s Salomon Rondon have been tipped as potential replacements to lead the line for the Hammers next season under Manuel Pellegrini.
Four more strikers West Ham could target
Atalanta forward Duvan Zapata has similar attributes to targets Salomon Rondon and Moussa Marega so could be another striker the Hammers could target.
RB Leipzig striker Yussuf Poulsen has enjoyed a stellar campaign in Germany this season and could jump at the chance of a move to the Hammers.
Brentford’s Neal Maupay has found the back of the net with ease in the Championship and looks capable of playing in the Premier League.
The Hammers have recently been linked with a move for Club Brugge striker Wesley Moraes in recent weeks.
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