The striker has endured a miserable time with the Hammers this season, having scored just four goals in 21 appearances in all competitions this season.
According to Sky Sports, Hernandez would be a player the West Ham hierarchy would be willing to part with if they can find a willing buyer, and the player’s body language in matches recently suggest he’s hardly having the time of his life in East London either.
But having been a key player under Sir Alex Ferguson, there’s plenty of United supporters who are urging Jose Mourinho to make a move to re-sign the 29-year-old:
i would honestly take Hernandez back at United
— NHT (@nimaherctajali) January 11, 2018
I'd take hernandez back in a heartbeat, make it happen @ManUtd
— Ade Funbi Adeyemi (@adefunbi_96) January 11, 2018
West Ham ready to let Hernandez go. Bring him back to United. With Zlatan going/injured he's the perfect back up forward. For ten million it's a no brainer #MUFC
— The United Stand (@UnitedStandMUFC) January 11, 2018
Ngl, I'd have Chicharito back at United as a budget signing, he's an off the bench game winner.@FullTimeDEVILS
— Slater. (@ThatAlexKido) January 11, 2018
If United managed to get Dendoncker, Lucas Moura and Chicharito during this window, would it be that bad? Wait until the summer for the bigger names, improve the team's depth in january.
— João Folgado (@JMMFolgado) January 11, 2018
Can united please buy chicharito back as a backup striker at this point of the season am sure is got 10 goals for us
— grey (@greykryptonite) January 11, 2018
@GNev2 Hernandez for sald. Surely he would be a good choice for United? Cheap and if hes playing the right position he will score goals.
— Peter Burford (@PeteBurford) January 11, 2018
Just take javier hernandez back
— Sammy Liddell (@samli929) January 11, 2018
I'm surprised that West Ham are listening to offer for Hernandez, If he was willing to sit on the bench for us, I'd take him back
— Matthew (@Carrick4united) January 11, 2018
I’d take Hernandez back at Utd , that’s a no brainier for me . ?⚫️
— Alan Clark (@Alan_Clark77) January 11, 2018
He might’ve had a pretty poor campaign thus far, but would a deadly finisher like Hernandez still be able to be a useful player for an elite club like United?
What do you think?