Four European clubs, including Arsenal, are interested in signing Manchester United’s unsettled striker Javier Hernandez this summer.
Goal.com report that the Mexican star is increasingly likely to leave Old Trafford after failing to hold down a first-team place under David Moyes.
Hernandez has alluded to his unhappiness with his current predicament on several occasions in recent months, while a cryptic message on Instagram last weekend provided further evidence that the 25-year-old is seriously considering his options.
Mexico boss Miguel Herrera also confirmed that his player is “frustrated” with his role as a Manchester United substitute.
If reports are to be believed, Arsenal could be one potential destination for the live-wire striker, while Borussia Dortmund, Inter Milan and FC Porto have also signalled their interest.
Hernandez, who has scored 57 goals in 141 matches since arriving at Old Trafford in 2010, is widely regarded as one of the Premier League’s most lethal poachers.
However, Moyes has been unable to accommodate the Mexican in his starting line-up with the likes of Robin van Persie and Wayne Rooney at his disposal.