West Ham ready to sell 'inconsistent' Andre Ayew

West Ham ready to sell 'inconsistent' Andre Ayew

Outcome of his form, Sky Sports reported that West Ham are willing to listen to offers for the former Manchester United and Real Madrid striker.

Since arriving at the Hammers during the summer, Hernandez has failed to live up to expectations and the club are now prepared to listen to offers for him.

Chicharito cost the club just £16m from Bayer Leverkusen and many tipped him to become one of the signings of the season, but things simply haven't gone to plan.

Hernandez has struggled to hold down a regular first-team place since David Moyes came in to replace Slaven Bilic at the London Stadium, even though he was snapped up for £16million.

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Hernandez has scored just four goals in 21 games in all competitions for West Ham this season and is now enduring a miserable run of nine games without scoring.

Moyes now intends to reconfigure his attack around other players and offload Hernandez, who earns around £130,000-a-week ($9.1 million per year) and is West Ham's highest-paid player.

The Evening Standard, which first reported West Ham's willingness to sell, linked Hernandez with a move to Major League Soccer's LAFC, but sources in the US said the expansion club are happy with their current options in attack.

As such, with Diafra Sakho very almost sold to Crystal Palace already, the Hammers will also entertain offers for Chicharito during the January window.



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