Though it’s barely been a vintage campaign for the West Ham United fans here in the Transfer Tavern, the punters propping up our bar have been delighted of late. Indeed, David Moyes looks to have sorted things out over in Stratford, much to the delight of our drinkers clad in claret and blue.
While the Scotsman was largely unpopular upon his arrival in East London, Moyes has restored a sense of balance to the side, with the likes of Manuel Lanzini and Marko Arnautovic spearheading the attack. All well and good for those at the London Stadium, then.
Well, other than Javier Hernandez. Indeed, the Mexican has struggled for the Hammers since joining from Bayer Leverkusen over the course of the summer and recent reports had suggested the Irons’ top brass were open to offers for him, just over six months into his West Ham career.
Interestingly enough, Bleacher Report’s Dean Jones has shed some interesting light on the matter within his excellent in-depth report posted on their website. Naturally, there is thought to be a huge amount of interest in the former Manchester United and Real Madrid marksman, though the player himself is believed to be eager to remain in Europe, ahead of the World Cup.
Los Angeles FC are reportedly keen on the 29-year-old, though he would seemingly reject any lucrative move to the MLS as he gears up to lead his nation to Russia this summer.