A report claims that West Ham United’s players are growing unhappy with Javier Hernandez, who is the club’s highest-paid player on £145,000 a week.
Javier Hernandez is creating a toxic atmosphere in the West Ham United dressing room, according to a report.
The Mexico international, who has started just two Premier League games since Manuel Pellegrini arrived in the summer, is said to earn £145,000 a week.
That makes the 30-year-old the highest-paid star at the club, with Marko Arnautovic the only other player on a three-figure sum.
A report carried by The Sun suggests that Hernandez’s high wages and lack of impact on the field since joining last year is not going down well with his teammates.
In 43 games since arriving from Bayer Leverkusen in a £16m transfer, the ex-Manchester United ace has scored just 10 times.
Hernandez is said to be keen on a move away from the London Stadium, but manager Pellegrini will have the final say on a January exit.
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