Mourinho demands Jamie Vardy, Javier 'Chicharito' Hernandez

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And according to the Telegraph's James Duncker, Man United have made preliminary enquiries for Vardy and Hernandez, with the latter firmly on the periphery under David Moyes.

Abumere Ogogo of Shrewsbury Town and Javier Hernandez of West Ham United battle for the ball during The Emirates FA Cup Third Round match.

Jose Mourinho has lined up Jamie Vardy and Manchester United former player, Javier "Chicharito" Hernandez in addition to Alexis Sanchez ahead of January's transfer.

United were said to have tabled a £25m offer for Arsenal's Sanchez on Thursday but rivals Manchester City remain at the front of the queue and are confident of securing his signature this month.

Hernandez was sold by Manchester United to Bayer Leverkusen back in 2015 when Louis van Gaal was manager at Old Trafford.

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Hammers boss David Moyes is happy to listen to offers for his striker's as he looks to put his stamp on the squad.

The Little Pea has unsurprisingly suffered in a system which employs three central midfielders and, at times, no recognised striker, and with West Ham open to letting him leave any deal would be quite easy to get over the line.

The Mexico worldwide made a name for himself as a real goal-poacher during his time at Old Trafford, particularly as a substitute, and he was hugely popular among supporters.

That is a ratio hard to match over 12 years - which is how long Hernandez has been a senior professional - and despite Moyes' reservations, is the Scot going to be able to find someone equally as prolific to replace the attacker at the London Stadium?

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