‘Chicharito’ has a contract in the north west until June 2016.
Out-of-favour Manchester United front man Javier Hernandez is being chased by at least six different clubs from across the Continent, according to the player’s agent in the Daily Mail.
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The prolific Mexico international has once again largely found himself warming the substitutes’ bench at Old Trafford so far in this campaign under new United head coach David Moyes.
Hernandez, 25, has featured in 23 matches in total for the Premier League champions to date in all competitions, 14 of which have come in the top flight, although the large majority of those did come from the bench.
And now the player’s representative has confirmed that clubs in France, Spain and Germany have all expressed an interest in his client.
“I was in Manchester [earlier this week], I met with the chairman. Javier is considered among the most important players at the club,” Hernandez’s agent told ESPN Deportes.
“Chicharito will not leave United within the next six months, but we do not know what will happen after [the World Cup].
“There’s been a club in Germany, one in France, two clubs in Spain and two more in Italy that are hoping to count on his services.
“We hope that he gets minutes [before the end of the season]. Then, after the World Cup, God will tell us what will be the next step.”
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