Mexican international set for Old Trafford exit.
Juventus are reportedly on the verge of signing Man United striker Javier Hernandez according to the Daily Express.
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The move may well assist in Louis van Gaal’s pursuit of Chilean midfielder Arturo Vidal, with Chicharito’s proposed move to Turin perhaps part of a player exchange offer, and will help to resurrect the Mexican’s career.
Hernandez has struggled to retain a foothold in the Man United starting eleven over the past four seasons, making just six Premier League starts last term, but when called upon has scored regularly.
The Guadalajara born ace finds himself behind Robin Van Persie, Wayne Rooney and Danny Welbeck in the Man United pecking order and things don’t appear likely to improve under van Gaal.
Javier Hernandez has scored 59 goals in 152 appearances for Man United, 69 of those appearances coming from the bench, and deserves regular first team action.
One does wonder if he’ll secure that under Massimiliano Allegri at Juventus given the presence of Fernando Llorente and Carlos Tevez in the Serie A side’s squad.
The pair scored 35 Serie A goals between them last term.
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