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Real Interest in Hernandez

There`s no doubt the acquisition of Robin Van Persie was a first class signing, but could it have repercussions further down the line?

The reason we ask is that with four fine strikers on board in Van Persie, Wayne Rooney, Javier Hernandez and Danny Welbeck, there is always the chance that a lack of decent opportunities could see one wish to move on.

That could very well be the case this summer because rumours, emanating from Spain, infer that Real Madrid are interested in taking Javier Hernandez to the Bernabeu on the back of the suggestion that the 24 year-old Mexican is becoming increasingly frustrated at the lack of opportunities to start in the really big games.

Therefore, I have to ask, could we be about to lose Javier to La Liga?




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Writer: Red Boy Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Sunday February 24 2013

Time: 11:08AM

Your Comments

He won't leave fergie won't let him and Hernandez is a very humble chara term and not the sort to issue that sort of ultimatum. Got to love newspaper logic though, he's not happy at united as he doesn't get the game time he wants and as such he wants to go to Madrid where higuiain and benzema will play ahead of him in a system where only one striker plays. Seems legit. The media frustrates me, they like to done the PL as the best league in the world yet actively seek to unsettle its best players and see them off to foreign shores.
TheFamousNo7
Agree with you famous, also it was Fergie who brought him to Europe and made him the biggest Mexican sports star, no way this humble character will ever demand a tranfer, and SAF would not allow it. He is still young, if continues to develop his skills with the ball, he will eventually be our first choice striker.
nordkap
He is always so respectfull in his comments about United, and I do believe he feels that United is the right club, Chica embodies the spirit of United in his playing and character traits, I believe that he does not wanna be anywhere else than at United.
nordkap
 

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