Tottenham target Javier Hernandez after he rejects MLS transfer

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Tottenham Hotspur are hoping to negotiate a deal to sign Mexican striker Javier Hernandez this summer after the Manchester United loanee rejected a big-money move to Major League Soccer.

The Red Devils outcast turned down the opportunity to join Brazilian playmaker Kaka at the recently formed Orlando City after it emerged that Real Madrid will not take up their option to sign him permanently.

According to the Sunday People, Mauricio Pochettino is keen to add Hernandez to his Spurs squad and is determined to convince him to make the move to White Hart Lane.

The Argentine head coach is hopeful that the opportunity to stay in the Premier League will appeal to the 26-year-old, who decided it's too early to make the switch to North America.

However, Tottenham could face serious competition for the player's signature with West Ham, Everton and La Liga outfit Valencia all interested in acquiring Hernandez's services as well.

Louis van Gaal has already made clear to Hernandez that he has no future at Old Trafford, but it remains to be seen where he'll end up playing next as he looks to kick-start his stuttering career.

Tottenham fans: Would you like to see Javier Hernandez move to north London this summer? How much would you be willing to pay for the Mexican marksman? Share your thoughts below...

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