Mexican star to be moved on in the summer.
Manchester United boss Louis Van Gaal will attempt to move striker Javier Hernandez on in the summer even if he decides against making a £43.2m move for Radamel Falcao, according to the Daily Telegraph.
Hernandez, a £6m signing from Mexican club Chivas de Guadalajara in 2010, is currently on a season-long loan in the Spanish capital after being allowed to move to the Bernabeu following Falcao’s arrival at Old Trafford last September.
However, the Mexican international has struggled to make an impact in Madrid, having made just a solitary start in all competitions as coach Carlo Ancelotti has handed him a squad role rather than making him a regular starter.
Real have an option to buy him outright in the summer, though there is little chance of that happening and he is now facing a return to Old Trafford to see out the final year of his deal.
But, equally un-fancied by Van Gaal, the Dutchman will likely attempt to find a buyer having overlooked him earlier this season.
His future at United is not linked to Falcao, and could be moved on whether they sign the Colombian permanently or not.