Former Manchester United striker Javier Hernandez is edging closer to a transfer to Spanish La Liga giants Valencia according to various reports coming out of the British media.
Javier Hernandez is on the payroll of Premier League club West Ham United at the moment.
The Mexican international star is said to have agreed to terms with Los Che but West Ham want to sign a replacement for him before the transfer can be sanctioned according to the publication from The Guardian.
Javier Hernandez left Manchester United to join German Bundesliga club Bayer Leverkusen in the summer of 2014 after the Mexican was deemed to be surplus to requirements by then manager Louis Van Gaal.
He joined West Ham United from Bayer Leverkusen at the start of last season but the former Red Devils striker has had a less successful career with the Hammers in comparison to his spell with the Old Trafford club.
Hernandez could follow Marko Arnautovic out of West Ham in this January transfer window with Chinese Super League outfit Shanghai SIPG keen to complete a £35m transfer for the Austrian international star.
The Hammers had earlier released a statement about Arnautovic with the Hammers insisting that he’s not for sale despite the interest from China.