According to Turkish outlet Futbol Arena, Besiktas are closing in on a £7million deal for West Ham United forward Javier Hernandez, with the Hammers keen on completing the deal as both clubs have agreed on a move.
Final talks are said to be taking place, with the Mexico international likely to leave the London Stadium in the coming days.
Despite only arriving for £16million last transfer window, Chicharito isn’t a big part of the plans of manager David Moyes, mainly coming off the bench since the Scot arrived at London Stadium.
The 29-year-old helped rescue a point for West Ham on Saturday, providing the equalizer against Bournemouth during the 26 minutes he spent on the pitch.
The goal took Chicharito’s tally to 5 EPL goals – a return only bettered by Marko Arnautovic who has started 4 more games.
Losing the former Manchester United goal poacher could be a huge blow for West Ham, especially if he leaves for half of what they spent on him months ago.
However, the desire for regular playing time and the poor relationship between him and Moyes could force Chicharito into leaving.