Manchester United attacker Javier Hernandez could be set for a move to the Serie A, with Torino reportedly interested in bringing the Mexican international to Italy.
Premier League duo Tottenham and West Ham United are understood to be keen in the 27-year-old, however, The Mirror reports Torino have now joined the race for the striker.
The Italian club has already done business with the Red Devils this summer after selling defender Matteo Darmian to the English club, and Torino will be hoping its business relationship will help them snare Hernandez’s signature.
Hernandez joined United in 2010 from Mexican giants Guadalajara, however he fell out of favour when Louis van Gaal took over the managerial reigns at Old Trafford and spent a majority of last season on loan with Real Madrid.
He scored seven goals for the La Liga club, however Real Madrid decided not to make his move permanent.
It remains to be seen if Van Gaal will allow Hernandez to leave however due to the Red Devils’ lack of depth up front following the departures of Robin van Persie and Radamel Falcao.