Chelsea are looking at the possibility of bringing former Manchester United striker Javier Hernandez, back to England, according to reports.
The striker left England last summer on a permanent basis after being told he was not part of Louis Van Gaal’s plans for the future, the former Manchester United Striker spent last season on loan to Real Madrid but the Spanish club refused to sign the striker on a permanent deal.
The Mirror claims that Chelsea are interested in the Mexican international and are considering making a move for the striker when the transfer window opens in January.
The Blues currently have Diego Costa, Loic Remy and Radamel Falcao in their ranks and while Falcao has failed to live up to expectations, Remy who is a decent back up isn’t given Diego Costa enough Competition.
With Costa’s current goal drought, the club finds it necessary to sign a striker in January as it tries to pull itself out of its current predicament.
The reports also claim that Mourinho is interested in getting a proven goal scorer in January and sees Hernandez as the ideal man to help solve the goal scoring crisis at Stamford bridge. It is claimed that a bid of about £8.5 million will force Bayer Leverkusen to part company with the striker in January.
Hernandez scored 37 goals is 103 league apperances for Manchester united despite he was never first choice.
The 27 year old has scored 10 goals in all competition dis season for Bayer Leverkusen and the striker who have already experienced life in England with Manchester United will be expected to hit the ground running immediately he moves to Stamford bridge