With amid interest of La Liga clubs like Valencia, Sevilla and Real Betis. West Ham United has set the price-tag for Javier Hernández around 22 MMD.
With the January transfer window now open his future appears to be back at Spain in La Liga, with Valencia, Sevilla, and Real Betis all reportedly interested.
West Ham would consider letting Chicharito go if they receive around 22 million dollars. An amount that will earn the Hammers a small profit on the fee they paid back in the summer of 2017 to Bayer Leverkusen.
Javier Hernández has started just seven games this season with head coach Manuel Pellegrini opting for Marko Arnautovic up front. Even though Hernández has been a regular goal-scorer throughout his career, he failed to impress since his arrival at the London club.
Gabriel Paulista has talked about the possible landing of the mexican striker at Valencia saying that Chicharito is a great player and if he finally ended up with them he could help the team a great deal.