He was the likeable character and thrived under Sir Alex Ferguson at Old Trafford, but it seems that the Javier Hernandez days at Manchester United are numbered.
It is reported that Louis van Gaal and Manchester United will happily let Javier Hernandez leave the club in the summer, whether that be to Real Madrid or any other club, and this is also the fact even if United decide that the loan move with Radamel Falcao has not worked out.
Javier Hernandez was loaned out to Real Madrid in Spain on deadline day in the summer, a loan move that has not worked out as much as the player would’ve liked. Lack of first-team playing time due to the star names that are in front of him.
Javier Hernandez was a fan favourite at Manchester United, but looking ahead if he was to return to Old Trafford, he would struggle to get ahead of Van Persie, Falcao, Rooney and the youthful Wilson.
I am sure we are like many United fans out there, and wish Javier Hernandez all the best in the future.
Stand out goals, his 32 second goal against Chelsea and that backwards head against Stoke City.