01/07/2017 22:10 CEST
Bayer Leverkusen don’t wish to lose Javier Hernandez leave this summer, which is why it will require a significant transfer fee for any suitor to sign the Mexican striker.
Tottenham, West Ham, Marseille and Lyon are all believed to be interested, but they will have to pay 18 million euros to persuade Leverkusen to sell the 29-year-old.
That’s according to German newspaper Bild, who also report that the player would want to join a Champions League club if he does depart the BayArena, which would leave Spurs as his preferred option out of the four aforementioned teams.
The forward scored 13 goals in 36 matches for Bayer Leverkusen last season, which was his second at the club since his 2015 move from Manchester United, one which cost the Bundesliga side 14.7m euros.