West Ham United have struggled to find their feet under Manuel Pellegrini this season but they do appear to be heading in the right direction.
The Hammers will be desperate to climb up the table and into a European spot after spending a large amount of money during the summer, with January possibly having the same outcome.
However, the London club have plenty of other things to worry about besides a place in Europe and success, with there being potential departures in the January transfer window.
Pellegrini has a couple of fringe players at the club at this moment in time and needs to make more room for any potential January additions, so it’s about time he, David Gold and David Sullivan worked together to get rid of any wasted talent.
With that in mind, Emery and Kroenke must shift this flop in January…
Javier Hernandez has never really been able to ensure a consistent flow of goals since making his way to the London Stadium last year, with him only just hitting double figures in 43 appearances in all competitions.
The Hammers currently have Andy Carroll spending time out on the sidelines and Lucas Perez struggling to contribute in the claret and blue, so it’s fair to say that the London club need to make room for additions.
Therefore, with the Mexican struggling to live up to the hype once again in the current campaign, it’s about time Gold, Sullivan and Pellegrini waved goodbye to the forward.