Friday, 25 July 2014

Javier Hernandez agent vspeakes about future

Having been turned from a Sir Alex super sub to a David Moyes roll of the dice, Javier Hernandez endured a nightmare term for Manchester United last season. Now though, Hernandez has the chance to live the dream again as a new season is kicking off, but there is a chance his revolution may not be in a Manchester United shirt.

Javier Hernandez's agent, Eduardo Hernandez, recently spoke to about 'Chicharito's' current situation and Inter Milan, who the striker has been heavily linked with recently.

"To date there is no official negotiations. Javier yesterday joined fellow Manchester United teammates, reaching Los Angeles and in the coming days we will evaluate the various solutions, not just those relating to Inter."

Hernandez, who as a result of last season was dropped from the Mexico team during qualifying, returned to international football at World Cup. The striker only made four appearances for his country, all off the bench, and scored one goal. 

Eduardo also revealed he and his client have not yet spoken to Louis Van Gaal, who led Netherlands to the semi finals in Brazil.
"We have not yet spoken with Louis van Gaal, who will assess ' Chicharito ' firsthand before making a decision. "

Hernandez made twenty four appearances in the Premier League last season, reduced to only six starts for the Red Devil's. He scored four goals in those appearances and has revealed in the past his frustration in limited starting chances.

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