Real Madrid are set to table a £30 million offer for Manchester United striker Javier Hernandez, according to The Sun.
The Mexican striker scored 20 goals for United in his first season in English football after moving from Chivas to Old Trafford for £6 million last summer.
Hernandez also proved his worth during last summer's World Cup, scoring against France and Argentina, and his form continued upon the beginning of his United career.
And such has been his impact, that Madrid are ready to bid nearly five-times as much as United originally payed for the player.
Madrid have signed the likes of David Beckham, Gabriel Heinze, Ruud Van Nistelrooy and most recently Cristiano Ronaldo from United and will hope that they can make it fifth time lucky with an audacious bid for Chicharito.
Discussions had reportedly begun between United and Hernandez over a near deal after his stunning debut season, and will be hoping the 23-year-old's head isn't turned by the lucrative offer from the La Liga giants.