Liverpool are now leading the race to sign Bayern Leverkuzen striker Javier Hernandez, according to the Times.
Mexico International started his career at Guadalajara. Hernandez joined Man United in 2010, but soon he has lost his place in the starting lineup, so he decided to join Real Madrid on a season-long loan in 2014. Despite scoring just seven goals at Santiago Bernabeu, all his goals were important, including the strike in the Champions League quarter-final against Atletico Madrid.
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Chicharito returned to Man United in 2015, but after he found that there was no place for him in the first team squad he joined German side Bayern Leverkusen on a three-year deal for a fee of £7.3 since then Mexican striker impresses public at BayArena. Chicharito has already scored 19 goals in just 26 games for Leverkusen.
So, it is no surprise that Premier League giants including Liverpool and Arsenal are interested in bringing The 27-year-old star back to England.
Few weeks ago it’s been reported that Gunners French manager Arsene Wenger was ready to land Chicharito at the Emirates as he needs North American striker to provide competition for Olivier Giroud.
However, Today British media announced that Liverpool are also trying to lure him away from Bundesliga and it is believed that Merseyside Reds have become the front-runners in the pursuit of Hernandez.