Report: West Ham target Hernandez rejects MLS, now wanted by Tottenham

Javier Hernandez tells Mexico team mate to stay down

The Manchester United striker, on loan at Real Madrid, is reportedly wanted by both Tottenham Hotspur and West Ham.

Javier Hernandez has now rejected a possible move to MLS, according to the Sunday People.

The Manchester United striker, currently on loan at Real Madrid, is wanted by West Ham United, say the People, but had recently been offered a move to America.

Hernandez reportedly feels he is too young for an MLS switch, though, and could therefore still be a West Ham target.

However, Tottenham are now in the mix, too, claim the People.

Harry Kane has been in sensational form for Spurs this term but the 21-year-old cannot carry the burden all by himself. Emmanuel Adebayor and Roberto Soldado have flattered to deceive in recent seasons and face uncertain futures at White Hart Lane.

As such, Hernandez could be seen as cover - or even a starter - for Tottenham, as neither Real Madrid nor Manchester United want to retain the 26-year-old.

Spurs may face a battle from West Ham, though, while Everton have also been thrown into the mix by the report. The Mexican certainly sounds like a wanted man, then, but will he be on the way to London this summer?

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