David Moyes’ West Ham revolution is rolling on, with up to 30 players linked with the London Stadium this month – depending where you look.
The Hammers have seemingly (and surprisingly) turned a corner under Moyes since he took over from Slaven Bilic in November, and the Scotsman has declared he wants to add ‘three or four’ new signings in January to help their fight for survival.
But if West Ham are going splash out on the likes of Alfie Mawson, Joe Allen and Fyodor Smolov this month, then they’ll need to sell off some deadwood first.
And according to some reports, summer signing Javier Hernandez could be one of the unlucky ones to get the boot.
According to those folks over at Sky Sports, West Ham will listen to offers for Hernandez during the transfer window, with fellow forwards Andre Ayew and Andy Carroll also available for the right price.
The Mexican striker – who’s only been at the club since July, having joined from Bayer Leverkusen in a £16 million deal – has struggled for game time under Moyes.
What’s more, Hernandez last found the net during a 2-2 draw with Crystal Palace back in October, and has scored just four goals in 21 appearances for the Hammers so far.
Once a fan favourite at Manchester United, the pint-sized forward suffered a similar fate under Moyes when the pair worked together at Old Trafford during the ill-fated 2013-14 season.
Back then, the striker started just six league games under Moyes, and only two of their 10 matches in the Champions League.
There’s definitely history there.
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