The Red Devils’ on loan striker will be staying put at the Bernabeu…
Manchester United’s striker Javier Hernandez will not be returning to his parent club in January, according to the striker’s agent.
The Daily Mail report that Eduardo Hernandez has denied the rumours of a premature return for his client from Real Madrid that have been circulating in both the Spanish and English media.
The poacher has barely played at Madrid and Karim Benzema’s superb form has made minutes hard to come by. The return of Jese from injury has further diminished the Mexican’s opportunities.
“Sometimes the media speculate too much and assume situations. He [Hernandez] will not leave the club [in January],” the striker’s agent said.
“He is eager to play more minutes but he knows that hard work will open up more opportunities. He has his future ahead of him.
“Real Madrid are a team full of impressive players and obviously to earn a spot is difficult, but Javier has a great quality in working hard, like he has since the first day.”
Hernandez is now 26, but has played just 110 league games since coming to Europe in 2010. Many people questioned the decision to move to Los Blancos in search of playing time, questions which have since been vindicated.