Former Manchester United striker Javier Hernandez ‘to discuss move to LA Galaxy as he eyes MLS switch’
- Javier Hernandez will meet with an LA Galaxy representative on Monday
- The Sevilla striker is said to be happy there but wants to play more football
- According to reports in Spain, that could lead to him looking elsewhere
Former Manchester United striker Javier Hernandez will hold talks with LA Galaxy over a possible move, according to reports.
The Sevilla forward is expected to meet with a representative of Galaxy on Monday to discuss an offer that they are hoping will convince the Mexico international to move.
While it is reported that Hernandez is happy in Seville and has a good relationship with manager Julen Lopetegui, he is thought to want to play more.
Former Manchester United striker Javier Hernandez will hold talks with LA Galaxy over a move
Hernandez has struggled for game time with Sevilla since joining them last summer
And according to Spanish outlet Marca, that could lead to him looking to move elsewhere.
Hernandez has previously admitted that playing in MLS would be something that appeals to him in the future.
Galaxy would also have to come to an agreement with Sevilla, who paid around £6.5million to sign him from West Ham in September last year.
Hernandez, pictured playing for United, has made just 14 appearances since moving to Sevilla
Hernandez has struggled to break into the first-team at Sevilla since moving there at the end of the last transfer window and has made just 14 appearances in all competitions.
He has played 782 minutes in that time, and has only been involved in nine games in LaLiga this campaign.
The 31-year-old has hit three goals for Lopetegui’s team, including one in LaLiga and two in the Europa League.