Hull City striker Abel Hernandez is currently subject to string links with a move away from the club to Chinese Super League club Beijing Guoan.
The Uruguayan has been the subject of numerous rumours this season, with this latest one emerging from Italian site Calciomercato.it. They say that the Chinese club may be willing to break Hull's largest transfer windfall record (from Shane Long) with a £15.3m bid. The Chinese transfer window remains open until February 28th, so there is still time for the value of a bid to escalate towards a figure closer to the £20m tabled by Aston Villa last summer. While Hernandez isn't a key part of Hull's team at present due to injuries and variable form, the squad is still thin and it may be a stretch for the club to lose another player as the crucial battle to survive relegation comes to a head.