Mexican wants regular game time at Old Trafford.
Manchester United head coach David Moyes has confirmed that red-hot front man Javier Hernandez will not be allowed to leave the Premier League champions when the winter transfer window finally opens again for business for the year in January, according to reports in the Metro.
The prolific Mexico international has been the subject of much interest of late in his services after finding it near on impossible to win a regular starting berth up front for the Red Devils.
Hernandez, 25, rejected the chance to move to Liga outfit Valencia during the recent summer transfer window according to the striker’s agent in order to fight for his place in the first team at the ‘Theatre of Dreams’.
However, with interest in Hernandez once again hotting up, with reports suggesting that Premier League rivals Tottenham Hotspur and Liga high-flyers Atletico de Madrid are both preparing to move for the forward in the new year, United’s under-pressure manager has now come out to state the player will not be allowed to depart the north west under any circumstances.
“It [Hernandez’s exit] is not a question for now,” said Moyes. “He will play a lot of games before the end of the season.”
The Mexican has so far featured in just five matches in total in all competitions for United this season, scoring one goal in the process.