West Ham United have placed a €20m price tag on Mexican striker Javier Hernandez, it has been claimed.

Spanish Primera Liga sides Sevilla and Real Betis are interested in signing Hernandez, who has previously had a spell in Spain with Real Madrid.

Hernandez has managed just seven starts in the Premier League as a combination of injuries and form have affected his season.

According to Spanish daily AS, West Ham will allow Hernandez to leave the club if they are offered €20m for the striker, who has a contract with the club until 2020.

Sevilla are just five points behind Barcelona in the league table and will hope to push the Blaugrana in the second half of the season, while Real Betis are vying for a top four finish.

Scoring has been an issue for Real Betis as they have managed just 20 goals in 17 league games this season.

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Hernandez has scored five goals in 15 appearances for West Ham so far this season.