One Of Europe’s Current Deadliest Strikers Snubs Man United For Arsenal Move In January

Bayer Leverkusen striker Javier Hernandez could be on his way back to the Premier league as the striker is willing to test himself in England again, according to the Metro.

Hernandez, 27, left Manchester United last summer to the Bundesliga in search of regular football after he was told by Louis Van Gaal that he had a one percent chance of playing for the Red Devils.

The Mexican international has lit up the Bundesliga with his superb performances and Premier league trio Arsenal, Chelsea and Liverpool have been linked with a move to sign the striker.

According to the Metro, Arsenal lead the race to sign the striker as he is willing to play for Arsene Wenger and would accept a transfer to the Emirates in January.

The report also claims Arsene Wenger has been alerted by the news that the player is set to test himself in the Premier league again and would submit a bid for the striker when the winter transfer window opens.

Hernandez already has 19 goals to his name in 21 appearances for the Bundesliga side since moving to Germany in August.

The striker scored 37 goals in 103 for the Red Devils in a span of 5 years.

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