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Hernandez Gets His Dream Move

Hernandez Gets His Dream Move

Amongst all the hullabaloo and confusion that surrounds the plethora of transfer deals associated with transfer deadline day, Javier Hernandez finally got his move away.

The Mexican striker who had been fishing for a move all summer knowing that his first team opportunities were likely to be even more limited under the reign of Louis van Gaal, landed the dream move he always hoped he would.

Okay, it may only be a season long loan deal and Hernandez will appreciate that his role will probably only be as a bit-part player but, looking at the press photos, the little Mexican had one hell of a smile on his face as he posed for his introductory snaps.

Holding a #14 shirt, Hernandez posed in front of a trophy cabinet displaying 10 Champions League trophies and remarked to the watching media,

"It`s an honour and a dream to play in this team."

I bet it is and who says that, for some, dreams can`t come true!

Good luck Javier from all at Vital Manchester United.



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Writer:Red Boy
Date:Tuesday September 2 2014
Time: 7:40AM

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The move may do him some good he's been off the boil recently. Madrids midfield are going to provide him more scoring opportunities than ours currently does let's face it. If he's gone thinking he'll get more playing time though I reckon he's in for a shock. Best of luck to him.
MotorMad
02/09/2014 08:13:00
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This is a win-win situation for us. Hernandez now has the galactico tag following him which instantly means he's worth 10+ mil more.
TheFamousNo7
02/09/2014 11:56:00
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