Hull City forward Abel Hernandez has decided not to renew his contract with the Tigers and is set to leave the club when his contract runs out at the end of the season. In an interview with an Italian website Tuttomercatoweb, the striker has revealed that he ‘will not renew’ his current deal at Hull with less than six months remaining on his contract. The 27-year-old forward scored three goals in three matches before he fell victim to an injury that has kept him out since last August due to an Achilles problem. Despite the fact that he is set to return to action before the end of the current campaign, his revelation that he intends to move on at the end of the season will anger Hull City fans.
In an interview with an Italian website, the forward was quoted to have said, “I lived six years in Italy and I was very well. I can still give a lot to the Italian championship. I’m more mature, I have experience,”
“We will see in the summer. In the summer I will be free, I will not renew with Hull City. We will see the best solution.
“I’m recovering well. I’m in the last phase of recovery, I’ll have to work again for two or three weeks and then I’ll be available to the team.”
With the Uruguayan forward set to leave in the summer, let’s take a look at three possible destinations for the 27-year-old to consider.
The Wolves could potentially be a Premier League team at the end of the season. They are currently leading the English Championship by 9 points and looks to be in the driver’s seat to win the title in the second tier of English football. They could definitely use someone of the calibre of Abel Hernandez in their squad in what is set to be an exciting challenge for them in the Premier League next season.
The Peacocks have recently fallen off the pace in the Championship but are still in with a chance of making it to the playoffs. They could do with some added reinforcements to bolster their attacking options. Leeds manager Thomas Christiansen might be the ideal man to get the best out of the Uruguayan striker if they decide to opt for the 27-year-old’s services in the near future.
The Saints are currently struggling in the Premier League and are in danger of getting relegated this season. However, the potential arrival of a forward like Hernandez could prove to be an asset for them going forward. Mauricio Pellegrino’s men have just managed to score 24 goals in 24 league games so it’s clear to see where their problem lies in what is set to be a disappointing season.
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