Hernandez injury could delay his Old Trafford exit
United’s plans to sell Javier Hernandez this summer with the hopes of recouping £8m in the sale could be disrupted after the striker suffered a suspected broken collar-bone during Mexico’s friendly game against Honduras on Wednesday. With Louis van Gaal reshaping his attacking department last season, Hernandez was shown the door after failing to convince the manager that he can be part of the Dutchman plans with the 27-year-old then spent the whole of last season out on loan at Real Madrid. Though he also endured a frustrating time at Real by starting just 11 games under Carlo Ancelotti, Hernandez still demonstrated his predatory instinct with 9 goals, highlight being his late winner against Atletico Madrid at the Bernabeu which sent Real into the semi final of Champions League. With 1 year remaining on his current contract, he looks set and ready to be on his way out of Old Trafford in the summer. However, the Mexican latest injury could temporary prolong his stay.
United rejected Inter undervalue bid for Hernandez
Based on a latest report regarding striker Javier Hernandez, it has been revealed that Inter Milan have already approached United and tabled a £8m bid to land the Mexican's signature with the Italian club manager Roberto Mancini keen to get him as 1 of his 2 new striker targets in this summer. With the 26-year-old appearing not to be included in the long term plans of Louis van Gaal at Old Trafford, he then spent a season on loan at Real Madrid with the Spanish club later having not taken up an option to sign him permanently. Even though Hernandez managed to score 7 times for Real with most of all those appearances coming from the substitutes bench, United are still preparing to let him go because Hernandez insisted of more playing time but van Gaal cannot promise him on that as he was not listed high up in pecking order of the striker department. Yet, it seemed surprise that United rejected Inter's bid for Hernandez but it has been disclosed that the Reds want £10m to sell.
I might get a chance at United : Javier Hernandez
Javier Hernandez is confident that he might still get his chance to play for United next season as speculation mounts over his future with the Mexican due to return to Old Trafford in this summer after spending a season on loan at Real Madrid. With the Reds having declined of taking up the option to sign Radamel Falcao permanently and with Robin van Persie's future remains uncertain, Louis van Gaal is set to overhaul his attacking department in coming weeks while Hernandez believes that the Dutchman might give him more opportunities next season should he return to Old Trafford. When pointed out that van Gaal let him go in last summer, Hernandez said: "The circumstances were different. Van Gaal arrived and planned to restructure the squad smaller as there was no European football. Maybe he did not want so many players because not everyone will be able to play. However, that situation has changed as there will be Champions League qualifier, alot more games, so there will be more opportunities and I will have chances to play at United."
Real opted not to sign up Hernandez's permanently
Real Madrid have decided against turning Javier Hernandez's 1 season-long loan move into a permanent deal and have now send the 26-year-old back to Old Trafford though the Mexican had scored 9 goals in just 33 appearances for the Spanish club. As Hernandez is not part of Louis van Gaal's 1st-team plan before being sent out on loan, he is unlikely to be involved after returning to Old Trafford and will be told to find new club for the last 12 months of his contract at United. Orlando wanted to team up Hernandez with Kaka but the striker decided against making a move to the MLS at this moment with a host of clubs from the Premier League, Italian Serie A and Spanish La Liga also interested to sign him.
Javier Hernandez rejected MLS move to join Orlando
Javier Hernandez has reportedly rejected a move to United States and has turned down the chance to join MLS side Orlando City. Currently on loan at Real Madrid, the Mexican will return to Old Trafford at end of the season with the Spanish club preferring not to trigger an option to make the move permanent. As Hernandez has only 1 year left on his current contract at United, he was wanted by Orlando to team up with Brazilian star Kaka but the United forward feels that at the age of 26, it is too early for life in the MLS and wants to continue plying his career in Spain or return to the Premier League or playing in the Bundesliga.
Orlando City eye ambitious move on Javier Hernandez
Orlando City have revealed their interest of signing Javier Hernandez in summer who is currently on 1 season-long loan at Real Madrid with the Spanish club having an option to make the Mexico international's stay in Madrid permanent at the end of the season. Chicharito appears surplus to requirements at Old Trafford with several clubs linked with potential summer bids for the 26-year-old and now, MLS club Orlando City have outlined their desire to acquire his signature. Coach Adrian Heath who 1st revealed their interests said: "Chicharito has proven at Real Madrid that he fit into our team nicely. He is a quality player and there is no team in MLS that will not want him. We will see if it comes to fruition and I will be delighted if it does." Orlando general manager Paul McDonough added: "If good players want to join us, we will then talk to them about it. He is the type that will do well in this league. For us specifically, I believe that he could come in and score a lot of goals with the opportunities we create throughout the course of the game."
Lazio reportedly joined race for Javier Hernandez
With a host of Premier League clubs monitoring and disclosing their interests at signing Javier Hernandez with Liverpool being suggested to be among those keen to secure the Mexican's signature, it has now been claimed that Lazio have reportedly joined the race as they hope to bring him over to Italy. The 26-year-old will return to Old Trafford at the end of the current season after his frustrating long-season loan spell at Real Madrid and with his Reds contract expires next summer, United are willing to sell him and reportedly received bid from Lazio.
Stoke City ready to launch bid for Javier Hernandez
According to a latest report in England, Stoke City are ready to launch a bid for Javier Hernandez in this summer with United keen to sell the Mexican whose contract will be expired in next summer. The 26-year-old has admitted about his confidence reaching 'rock bottom' at times during his long-season loan spell at Real Madrid with the Spanish club having an option to make the deal permanent at the end of the season. However, the switch looks unlikely and he will be sent back to United. Regardless of whether the striker will fit into Louis van Gaal's plan, it has now been suggested that there has not been lack of admirers with Stoke City now being linked as they are preparing for a surprise move.
Hernandez disclosed frustrating loan spell at Real
Javier Hernandez admitted that his confidence has been 'rock bottom' at times during a frustrating spell at Real Madrid. The Mexican moved to the Bernabeu on a season-long loan from United but has started just 4 games with Real having an option to make the deal permanent at the end of the season. However, the 26-year-old who still has a year left on his United contract, looks likely to return to Old Trafford. He said: "My situation is frustrating because I cooperate, help and give my 100% in training but in games, the opportunities are slim. I am in the team but always left out of playing time which is the most important. At times, my confidence is rock bottom although I try to be sky high but thanks to all the people that are always there and support me. The important thing is to have the opportunities and feel confidence in myself. When Real placed their confidence in me, the numbers have been positive."
Southampton monitoring Javier Hernandez situation
Southampton are reportedly tracking on Javier Hernandez ahead of a potential move in this summer. The United striker is unhappy at Real Madrid where he is on a season-long loan but struggling for regular 1st team action, having just 1 start in the league while scoring 4 goals in a total of 18 appearances. The Saints are struggling in front of goal while manager Ronald Koeman is said to be regretting of not moving in for a striker in January. The lack of firepower has seen them tumble out of top 4 in recent weeks though they still remain in contention for a spot.