Mourinho responds over move for 'phenomenal' Sanchez

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Manchester United have enquired about the availability of Jamie Vardy and Javier Hernandez as they look to improve their striking options ahead of the second half of the season.

United have emerged as contenders for Sanchez's signature after it seemed that Manchester City would have a free run at the Arsenal forward.

The same report says that West Ham United are willing to listen to offers for the former Manchester United striker, and that re-signing him would be easier for the Red Devils than trying to land Sanchez or Vardy.

Hammers manager David Moyes does not rate Hernandez - just as he didn't when he was United boss in 2013/14 - and is getting ready to sell the Mexican just six months after he was signed from Bayer Leverkusen for £17m.

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. If somebody speaks of one of my players to tell we are interested or we are not interested, I wouldn't be very, very happy.

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Jose Mourinho's side are eyeing back up options for Romelu Lukaku in light of the knee injury suffered by Zlatan Ibrahimovic.

The Chile global has been widely tipped to join Manchester City, either in the January window or when his contract runs out this summer, but United are reported to have entered the race.

Lukaku enjoyed a stunning start to his career at Old Trafford, scoring 11 goals in his first ten games following a £75m move from Everton, but has netted just three league goals since mid-October.

That is a ratio hard to match over 12 years - which is how long Hernandez has been a senior professional - and despite Moyes' reservations, is the Scot going to be able to find someone equally as prolific to replace the attacker at the London Stadium?

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