Manchester United will reportedly allow Mexico international striker Javier Hernandez to move on this summer once a deal for Barcelona star Pedro has been completed, according to the Daily Star.
Hernandez was an unused substitute during the weekend’s Premier League opener against Tottenham, who The Star claim are interested in signing him alongside West Ham.
As it stands, West Ham remain the favourites to land his signature, and have even offered £12m for his services after being rocked by the news that Enner Valencia will be missing for 12 weeks, while there are continued concerns surrounding the fitness of Andy Carroll.
However, he will not be allowed to go anywhere until Barcelona’s Pedro officially joins the club later this week.
With Marca claiming that the 28-year-old has already completed the first part of his medical, the player will likely join up with his new teammates after the Super Cup clash with Sevilla on Tuesday.
But the deal will still leave United painfully short of options up front after allowing both Radamel Falcao and Robin van Persie exit the club earlier in the summer.