The Mexico worldwide scored 59 goals in 158 games, often from the substitutes bench, during four years at Old Trafford and has a scoring rate in all competitions for club and country of a goal every 2.4 matches.
The Mexico global 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.
According to Sky Sports, Hernandez would be a player the West Ham hierarchy would be willing to part with if they can find a willing buyer, and the player's body language in matches recently suggest he's hardly having the time of his life in East London either.
Hernandez has four goals in 17 Premier League outings for a struggling West Ham this season, and his future looks bleak under manager David Moyes.
Several churches in Chile vandalised ahead of Pope Francis visit
The takeover of the SCV was similar to the action the Vatican took against another conservative group, the Legionaries of Christ. A statement on the group's website said it welcomed the pope's intervention and promised full cooperation with his administrator.
Winter weather advisory in effect
The forecast calls for freezing rain and sleet before 8 p.m., then sleet between 8 p.m. and midnight with snow after midnight. Below-zero temps also return for the weekend with lows Saturday and Sunday nights around 10 below zero.
Brokerages Set Globus Medical Inc. (GMED) PT at $25.00
The average 12-month price target among analysts that have updated their coverage on the stock in the previous year is $25.00. Following the completion of the sale, the president now owns 15,000 shares in the company, valued at approximately $574,500.
Man arrested after body located in Hurstville
They arrested a man in his 20s and took him into custody at Kogarah Police Station where he is assisting police with inquiries. Members of the public made the grim discovery around 6am on Saturday, near the Forrest Road entrance to Hurstville Station.
Tribune Media (TRCO) Given News Impact Rating of 0.09
After $0.31 actual EPS reported by Tribune Media Company for the previous quarter, Wall Street now forecasts 61.29 % EPS growth. The consensus recommendation - averaging the work of 23 analysts - of 2.5 for Johnson & Johnson (JNJ) points to moderate case.