Mexico international striker Javier “Chicharito” Hernandez is open to moving on from West Ham this transfer window, despite manager David Moyes stating it is very unlikely. Hernandez scored in West Ham’s 1-1 draw with Bournemouth on Saturday, but has been starved of regular minutes under Moyes and wants more playing time ahead of the World Cup this summer, according to his agent Eduardo Hernandez. “There are a number of clubs interested in his services, he’s a player everyone knows and is incredibly professional,” Hernandez said on Monday.
Hernandez acknowledged that a move will naturally depend on West Ham’s willingness to let the Guadalajara native leave, but said he will be in London on Thursday to discuss the possibility of the 29-year-old moving on from the Hammers, with a loan more likely than a permanent transfer. “Our primary focus is a club in which [Chicharito] can play the most games possible,” the agent continued. “That’s the most important. “Javier has asked personally for it. He’s commented, stated and demanded that we look for a club that really needs a player with his characteristics because what he wants is to play and play and play.”