Who knows where Abel Hernandez will be playing his football next season? The only certainty appears to be that he will not be at Hull City.
It is understood, via Leeds Live, that Hernandez is set to leave the KCom Stadium when his contract has expired this summer and is considering an offer from Leeds United, although it is understood that Aston Villa are also interested.
Tuttomercatoweb, however, reported recently that Wolverhampton Wanderers are keen to hand the former Palermo striker the chance to prove himself in the Premier League next season and have even put a £2.5 million-a-year contract on the table.
Afobe returned to Wolves for a second spell in January and he netted six goals in seven starts to fire them to the Championship title.
But the Mirror (May 6, page 66) reported that Wolves had their doubts about whether Afobe, who scored 10 goals in 63 Premier League games for Bournemouth, was the man to lead their line in the top flight, casting doubt on his £11.5 million permanent deal.
Interestingly, however, Hernandez only managed eight Premier League goals in two seasons with Hull, so he could have the same problem.