Bernabeu side want Mexican hot-shot as part any Old Trafford bid.
Real Madrid are reportedly ready to listen to offers from Man United for goal machine Cristiano Ronaldo according to The Sun.
The La Liga side are willing to consider an offer of £65m plus Old Trafford striker Javier Hernandez, as opposed to winger Nani, who has apparently been made available by the Premier League side in any part exchange offer.
PSG are said to have already made an £80m bid for the 28 year old Portuguese international and the fact that Ronaldo has turned down offers of a new deal may lead the Bernabeu side to consider selling their prized asset.
With just over two years to run on his current deal there is perhaps a fear that the Real Madrid star could look to run down his contract and leave on a free deal, an eventuality that the Spanish giants can not afford to allow.
Ronaldo has been a massive success since moving to Real Madrid in 2009, 197 goals in 195 appearances, and any move by Sir Alex Ferguson to re-sign the player would be a big statement of intent from Man United and as with a number of other Bernabeu stars a lot could depend on whether Jose Mourinho remains at the club next term.
Sir Alex Ferguson has moved to assure Javier ‘Chicharito’ Hernandez is part of his first team plans but the Mexican may well be tempted by a new challenge having failed to secure a regular berth in the Man United starting eleven.
Hernandez started 15 and 18 Premier League matches in each of his first two seasons at Man United but has been handed just seven starts thus far this season and as such may feel that the arrival of Robin Van Persie is the death knell of his Old Trafford career.
Despite his lack of playing time Hernandez has still managed to 16 goals in all competitions this season.