Javier Hernandez almost certain to be leaving Old Trafford on permanent basis.
Manchester United manager Louis van Gaal has no intention of welcoming striker Javier Hernandez back into the Old Trafford fold once his loan spell at Real Madrid expires, report the Express, and is hoping that the Mexican can put in some displays at the Bernabeu so his price tag rises.
Hernandez was allowed to leave Old Trafford this summer to spend the season with the European champions and, despite a couple of eye-catching goals for Carlo Ancelotti’s side during the early weeks of the season, reports today have suggested that Real are unlikely to make the move for Chicharito permanent and the end of the season.
Known as one of the best finishes and on-the-shoulder players in the Premier League ever since United brought him in as an unknown young player from Guadalajara, Hernandez had his worst season in a United shirt in 2013/14 and has been criticised by a number of observes for the lack of quality in his all-round play.
Despite this, however, the Mexican seems to guarantee goals and van Gaal will be hoping that he can hit a few for Real Madrid, so that United are able to command a significant fee for the player at the end of the season, whether from the La Liga giants or elsewhere.