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Inter Interest in Hernandez

We`re fully expecting Javier Hernandez to leave Old Trafford this summer.

A lack of regular first team football has seen the suggestion emerge that the Mexican views his future as being elsewhere.

At 26 years of age Hernandez, quite rightly, wants regular first team football and it appears that could be with Inter Milan.

Reports filtering through suggest that Javier`s agent, his father, has met with officials of the Serie A club.

The inference is there that the deal could be a loan one to commence with although a permanent deal could be in the offering.

The player is rated at 9.5 million by Manchester United and there has also been interest in the player from Southampton and sides from Turkey and Russia.

However, Inter are looking to wrap a deal up this coming week.




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The Journalist

Writer: Red Boy Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Sunday July 20 2014

Time: 12:01PM

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What's up with the valuations of our players? 9.5 million is all you get for a proven goalscorer at the highest level? If 14 mil buys you Borini and 35 mil gets you Carroll then we should certainly be looking at more than 9.5 mil for Hernandez. I would've said 15 mil as a minimum and anything between that and 20 mil as being spot on. No loans either, if he wants to go then sell him.
TheFamousNo7
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20/07/2014 18:02:00

Your right there Famous 9.5 mil is a pittance for hernandez. I know he wants more first team time but if we don't get a decent amount for him we should keep him. Cough up 20 mil or fu(k off its the football equivalent of tyre kicking this 9.5 million my arse.
MotorMad
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21/07/2014 08:35:00

9.5 million? Someone's having a a laugh. How much is Borini going for and what has he done to merit that price tag? Its a pity Hernandez is leaving, he is a great player, a brilliant goal poacher and there's not too many of them around. Seriously though 14 million for Borini? lolololol
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