Dinamo Moscow are another big name club tracking the progress of Manchester United's Javier Hernandez and they're set to offer competition to a number of potential suitors. The Mexican international is currently on loan at Real Madrid but he has struggled for game time, and he could be on his way out of Old Trafford this summer.

Liverpool, Tottenham and West Ham United are all keen to sign the 26-year-old and are all willing to offer him a first team slot. He will be available for a fee in the region of £8million and he is a proven goal scorer at all levels in different countries, so he has a lot to offer.

That is why the Russian club, along with Lazio, are keeping tabs on him and could make a move for his services.

First team Football

Hernandez has recently expressed his desire to get first team football as he may look for a move away from Manchester in the summer transfer window.

He said: "I've talked about it before and it's frustrating when you don't get opportunities.

"Any player who doesn't play is unhappy. But I want to be professional and I appreciate everyone who has supported me."

He has been reduced to 17 La Liga appearances this term, the majority from the bench, and he has netted just four times. The quality he possesses in front of goal does warrant a first team spot in many clubs in world football, so a move in the next window will suit him and he's an attractive prospect for anyone.

Rumours suggest Manchester United are trying to use him as bait to land their long-term target, Nathaniel Clyne in a big money deal but nothing has materialised yet. It all comes as a blow to the aforementioned English trio who were involved in a three-way race only weeks ago.

Lack of firepower

As we saw yesterday (Sunday) in Liverpool's cup semi final loss to Aston Villa, they are short of quality up front especially with the absence of Daniel Sturridge and West Ham also have had problems scoring goals too. Spurs have the reliable Harry Kane but they are very short of back-up and Chicarito is certainly a player who can challenge or play with the youngster up top.