Arsenal and Liverpool are reportedly ready to make their moves for Manchester United’s Javier Hernandez, the Daily
Hernandez is currently on loan at Real Madrid after in coming boss Louis van Gaal deemed the Mexican frontman surplus to requirements at Old Trafford.
A permanent move to Real looks highly unlikely and that means once the season ends ‘Chicharito’ could be up for grabs – but will cost the Premier League rivals £12m.
It is uncertain however if united will want to unload the striker to a league rival, with Tottenham also credited with an interest in the 26-year-old who has scored 37 goals in 102 league games – although this includes a number of appearances from the bench.
Hernandez recently revealed he did not hesitate to sign for the Spanish giants despite interest from other clubs that could guarantee him first team football, claiming it was an exciting challenge that awaited him at the Bernabeu.
However he has struggled to claim a starting berth over first choice Karim Benzema and has played just 10 times this season, scoring four goals.
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