Fiorentina have reportedly been offered Javier Hernandez following the striker's decision to leave West Ham United in search of a new challenge this summer.
Hernandez, who joined the Irons in 2017, has struggled to make a constant impact in the Premier League, scoring just 16 goals in 61 appearances.
West Ham are determined to add more firepower to their attack for next season with the funds accumulated from Marko Arnautovic's transfer to Shanghai SIPG, with Celta Vigo's Maxi Gomez reportedly emerging on the club's radar.
According to Sport Italia, Hernandez is ready for a new challenge and would be open to completing a move to Serie A.
Fiorentina have been given the option to sign the 31-year-old, but will only do so if Giovanni Simeone decides to leave the club.
Hernandez rose to prominence during a magnificent debut 2010-11 campaign with Manchester United before having spells at Bayer Leverkusen and Real Madrid.