According to reports, West Ham are prepared to listen to offers for striker Javier Hernandez this month, despite the fact that the Mexican only joined the club six months ago.
Chicharito arrived at the London Stadium in a £16 million deal from Bayer Leverkusen during the summer and following this, many believed that he would be one of the best signings of the summer.
He has however failed to live up to expectations due to his struggles with injury and as he has had to play out of position in order to accommodate Andy Carroll.
Manager David Moyes is reportedly trying to correct the Hammers squad imbalance that was left behind by former boss Slaven Bilic and it is understood that he would recoup the amount that the club paid to secure the services of Hernandez if given an opportunity.
Moyes is also close to cashing in on a sale of Diafra Sakho who is understood to be close to moving to Crystal Palace.