According to Gianluca Di Marzio, Manchester United have received two offers for Mexican striker, Javier Hernandez. West Ham and Bayern Leverkusen are interested in the player.
Di Marzio has claimed that United have two offers for the Mexican striker, who is unwanted at Old Trafford. The player and the club will now decide which club he wants to join this summer.
Louis Van Gaal has informed the player that he is free to leave this summer and Hernandez will now speak to both clubs and make his move before Tuesday.
West Ham have offered 10 million pounds for the Manchester United player and Leverkusen have offered 12 million pounds, according to the report.
It will be interesting to see if Hernandez is keen to stay in the Premier League. However, Leverkusen should be a more attractive proposition, considering their chances of playing in Europe every season.
Manchester United, in the meantime, are nowhere closer to signing a striker. It seems Van Gaal is keen to use Depay and Fellaini as alternatives to captain Wayne Rooney until January atleast.
Lack of quality strikers in the market has made it difficult for the likes of Manchester United and Arsenal, both of who are desperate for a striker this summer.