Date: 12th January 2018 at 9:15pm
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West Ham boss David Moyes was always set to be handed crucial decisions to make in the January transfer window but the latest report suggest those choices may be more difficult than he imagined.

Following reports that claimed West Ham were ready to listen to offers for Mexican striker Javier Hernandez, The Telegraph states that Manchester United have made an enquiry regarding the services of their former forward.

Signed from Bayer Leverkusen for a £16m fee this summer, the experienced international forward has struggled to find regular form in his return to the Premier League and West Ham are considering cashing in.

Moyes is keen to bolster his own attacking options this month and a sale of Hernandez could raise significant figures, with MLS newcomers Los Angeles FC also keeping tabs on the striker as they consider making a move to fill their final designated player slot.

However, Jose Mourinho believes that his forward options this season are inadequate and an emotional return for Hernandez to Old Trafford could be on the cards- though he make seek a move that provides first-team football ahead of this summer’s World Cup.