Arsene Wenger is reportedly keen on bolstering his side in the January transfer window for the second half of the 2015/2016 season.
Former Manchester United striker Javier Hernandez has refused to rule out a move back to the Premier league.
The Mexico international has been linked with a move back to England with the Gunners considering bringing him back to England in the ongoing transfer window.
However, Bayer Leverkusen blocked the club’s attempts to sign the striker as they insisted he wasn’t for sale.
The player himself has now talked up his future claiming he is open to a move back to the Premier league next summer. Speaking about rumours linking him with a move to Arsenal, Hernandez said:
“We’ll see, you never know what happens,”
“You look at my last three years in which I have played for Real Madrid, Manchester United and now Leverkusen.
“I’m glad and happy to be part of this great club. It is my goal now to play a very good second half [of the season].
“[But] in this sport, it does not matter whether you sign a contract for ten years or ten times to prolong it by one year.
In six months, everything can again be different.”
The player’s comments will come as good news to the ears of Wenger who is reportedly in search of a striker ahead of next season and has ordered his club’s scouts to search for a striker who would compete with Olivier Giroud next term.
The player already has 11 league goals for Leverkusen in 14 league appearances since joining the Bundesliga side in August.
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