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Arsenal And Liverpool Willing To Pay £12m To Land Manchester United Outcast

Javier Hernandez emerges as end of season target.

Premier League rivals Arsenal and Liverpool could be set for an end of season transfer battle, with the Daily Star reporting that both could be willing to pay as much as £12 million to land Manchester United outcast striker Javier Hernandez next summer.

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Hernandez is spending the 2013/14 season on loan at Real Madrid in La Liga, but the Mexican international is struggling for game time under experienced Italian manager Carlo Ancelotti and has indicated that he is looking to move somewhere that can offer him regular football at the end of the season.

This has opened the door for Arsenal and Liverpool, who will both feel that Hernandez’s impressive goalscoring record for United in the Premier League, largely as a substitute, would be readily welcomed at their clubs as they look to add more goals to their weaponry.

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