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A Real Hernandez Rumour

Don`t you just hate those rumours that leave you feeling unsettled once you`ve read them?

One rumour, blazed across the back pages of a red-top tabloid, this morning, has our very own Javier Hernandez linked with a move to Real Madrid.

The Spanish club has placed the twenty-three year old firmly at the top of their wish list with Jose Mourinho, reportedly, debating whether to make a move to sign the player in the January transfer window or wait until next summer.

Since his arrival from South America, Javier has been a huge success, a fact recognized by United who are, reportedly, in the process of offering the Mexican a new contract that will see his pay tripled from a mere 25,000 a week to 75,000 a week.

But, the lingering fear is that Hernandez may well harbour similar ambitions to that held by a certain Cristiano Ronaldo and that United may well be contemplating losing another star player to the Spanish giants.

Let`s hope not!



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Writer: Red Boy Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Tuesday October 11 2011

Time: 4:55PM

Your Comments

Can't see it happening. First of all I can't see Hernandez leaving United nor showing any desire to leave nor can I see Fergie being interested in selling him. With Higuain, Callejon and Benzema already I can't see Madrid being too interested in buying him either. The club I fear showing an interest in him is Barca.
TheFamousNo7
This is nothing but a fart by The Sun.. Not a chance SAF will sell him let alone for 30m, and no way Chica will leave, he has repeatedly stated his love for United and SAF, and how endebted he is to United.. As for Madrid interest, they are like the spoiled kid who wants new toys every month, so I guess they could be interested, however I still think this nothing more but a windup by The Sun.
nordkap
New contract signed, point above proven!
nordkap
Great news!!
TheFamousNo7
 

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