West Ham United are reportedly hoping to raise £18 million from the sales of Pedro Obiang and Javier Hernandez this summer, according to a report published by reliable Hammers source Claret and Hugh.
Both players had rather underwhelming 2018-19 seasons.
Obiang went on to make 24 appearances in the Premier League, recording one assist. He has reportedly attracted interest from Fiorentina and Sassuolo with manager Manuel Pellegrini hoping to sell him for around £6 million.
Hernandez has been misfiring since his arrival at the London Stadium from Bayer Leverkusen during the summer of 2017.
He went on to score just seven goals last season for West Ham and recorded one assist from 25 Premier League games.
The Mexican is however very experienced at the highest level and will not be short of offers from clubs around the world.
Pellegrini will be looking to cash in around £12 million from a sale of the 31-year-old, the report suggests.
Hernandez is currently one of the top earners at West Ham and now is the right time for the club to part ways with him.