Every sports fan now knows the remarkable story of Jamie Vardy's meteoric rise from non-league football to Premier League glory with Leicester City, and now the striker's unbelievable journey could be set to continue with a move to Manchester United, according to the Guardian.
Zlatan Ibrahimovic's recurring knee problems have left Manchester United a man short in attack with the management now looking for options elsewhere.
Vardy is also a target but would cost United £35 million, making him the most expensive of the three attackers, per Wallace.
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The Daily Telegraph understands United will have to stump up £35m to match Leicester's valuation of Vardy, who turned down a move to Arsenal in favour of signing a new contract in the summer of 2016.
Moyes was not impressed with the 29-year-old during his tenure at Old Trafford in 2013-14.
Many believe that taking Hernandez back to the club could be a stroke of genius by Mourinho as the player is familiar with the surroundings and has played alongside numerous team's current stars before.
This week however the striker has been linked with a return to Old Trafford, and, according to the Metro, is one of a number of forwards being eyed by United manager Jose Mourinho.
But he would want to play more than a bit-part role following a disappointing spell at West Ham under Slaven Bilic and later David Moyes.