Spanish side to make offer for newly purchased Mexican.
Valencia are interested in Manchester United striker Javier Hernandez.
Hernandez joined United before the World Cup from Mexico’s Chivas.
Italian sources say Valencia want to take Hernandez on-loan for the new season as a replacement for David Villa, who has signed with Barcelona. (Tribalfootball.com)
Given the paucity of attacking options Sir Alex Ferguson has to choose from for the coming season I would imagine that any offer to take 22 year old Mexican international Hernandez on loan would be turned down, besides the Old Trafford boss may feel that the former Guadalajara man is ready to see Premier League action right away.
Wayne Rooney has felt the burden of providing the lions share of Man United’s goalscoring capability and that is down to the fact that Dimitar Berbatov is unable to truly pull his weight both in terms of his two primary tasks as provider and finisher attacking moves. Michael Owen is seemingly only able to play a dozen matches a season due to recurring injury concerns which then leaves Ferguson having to occasionally throw youngsters in at the deep end whilst the likes of Federico Macheda, Danny Wellbeck and Mame Biram Diouf have on occasions swum they have also sunk when called upon.
Hernandez will therefore be needed to help the club challenge for top honours unless more money is made available to provide Man United with more help up top. That said, the pint sized speedy striker may well be more than able to provide Ferguson with top quality finishing abilities as he has shown on World Cup duty this summer.