Beyer Leverkusen forward and former Manchester United forward Javier Hernandez has dropped a massive tip-off that has added fuel to the speculations that he is linked with a move to Arsenal.
Hernandez has hinted that he could leave Bundesliga club Bayer 04 Leverkusen this summer. The Mexican is currently in good form since joining Leverkusen after swapping life from Manchester United where he was booted out of Old Trafford by manager Louis van Gaal.
Speaking about the speculations the he may be leaving his current club, Hernandez said: “We’ll see, you never know what happens.”
“You look at my last three years in which I have played for Real Madrid, Manchester United and now Leverkusen. I’m glad and happy to be part of this great club. It is my goal now to play a very good second half [of the season].
“[But] in this sport, it does not matter whether you sign a contract for ten years or ten times to prolong it by one year. In six months, everything can again be different.”
The 27-year-old striker has already score 19 goals in 21 appearances since arriving at Leverkusen last summer on a £7 million deal from Manchester United.
Although Leverkusen sporting director Rudi Voller insisted his club don’t need to sell their top goal-getter, Arsenal are still hopeful that they will secure Hernandez’s services to cover Olivier Giroud.