Manchester United are believed to want to sell Mexican forward Javier Hernandez at the end of the season – even if they decide against making Radamel Falcao’s loan move permanent – according to the Telegraph.
The Mexican only cost the club £6mand was an instant hit at Old Trafford under Sir Alex Ferguson before playing time dwindled under successor David Moyes and current boss Louis van Gaal.
Having scored 20 goals in his first 45 games for United 39 from 109 followed before he was allowed to leave following the loan deal for Falcao.
Real do have an option to make his Bernabeu switch permanent but it appears increasingly unlikely they will exercise this right – and if he returns to United they are said to want to offload Chicharito even with the 26-year-old having just one year remaining on his current deal.
It is thought the Mexican will still be moved on even if Falcao returns to parent club Monaco, leaving United with Robin van Persie, Wayne Rooney and youngster James Wilson as their only strikers.
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