La Liga winger encourages Liverpool & Arsenal interest - reports

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Valencia are reportedly preparing to sell Pablo Hernandez, with the winger targeting a move to either Liverpool or Arsenal.

According to, Los Che are ready to cash in on the 25-year-old in the summer and Hernandez would ideally like to pursue a switch to the Barclays Premier League.

It has been claimed that would prefer to join Liverpool or Arsenal - and both clubs have been linked with the Spaniard in the past.

The Mirror initially reported that Liverpool were chasing Hernandez and were considering making a formal offer for the £10 million-rated attacker when the transfer window reopens in June.


It has since been alleged by that Arsenal and Juventus were also monitoring the former Getafe wideman - who looks increasingly likely to leave Mestalla at the end of the season.

Along with Hernandez, Arsenal and Liverpool are also said to both be pursuing Lille sensation Eden Hazard and Ipswich teenager Connor Wickham.

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