Real Madrid loanee Javier Hernandez already looking to the future.
Manchester United striker Javier Hernandez, who is spending the season on loan in La Liga with Real Madrid, already has his eyes on the future and has insisted that he will only be at a club next season who are able to guarantee him regualr first team football, according to the Mail.
Hernandez was allowed to leave Old Trafford to join Carlo Ancelotti’s European champions on a season long loan deal this summer, but the Mexican has only been used in the same impact substitute role at the Bernabeu that he had become tired of at United.
Whilst he is insisted that he will give his all for the Real cause between now and the end of the season, Hernandez suggested that his club for the 2015/16 season must be able to guarantee him minutes on the pitch, whether that is back at United, at Real or elsewhere:
“I am not sure what will happen in the summer yet – but whatever happens I need guarantees. I am 26 now – in the summer I will be 27 – I must be at a club where I am going to be playing regularly. Wherever I am playing next season – I will make sure I have those sort of assurances.”
Hernandez was initially hugely impressive for United on his arrival from Mexican outfit Guadalajara, impressive with his movement and finishing ability, but it has become increasingly apparent since that he perhaps does not have the all-round game needed for such an elite level of football.