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Former Manchester United striker who won the Premier League twice during his time at Old Trafford hints at stunning return

Javier Hernandez has dropped a hint that he would be keen on a stunning return to Manchester United, report The Sun.

Hernandez left his home country, Mexico, in the summer of 2010, putting pen-to-paper on a move to Old Trafford. Though widely unknown upon his arrival on these shores, it didn’t take long for Hernandez to make an impression in Manchester.

Hernandez found the back of the net 20 times in his debut season, including 13 in the Premier League – playing a key role in Man United’s title triumph. He went on to make 112 more appearances for the Red Devils, scoring 59 goals in total and winning four pieces of silverware.

The Mexican sealed a permanent transfer away from United in 2015, while Louis Van Gaal held the reins at the club. However, as The Sun report, he could well be keen on a return to his former side.

The Sun report that Hernandez liked a tweet from a Man United fan asking his side to resign ‘The Little Pea’. Hernandez went on to unlike the tweet. It remains to be seen if his former employers would be so keen on re-signing him.

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