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Javier Hernandez’s agent admits having talks with other clubs and says future is uncertain

by Sam Peoples

Javier Hernandez’s agent Eduardo Hernandez has insisted that Chicharito won’t be leaving Manchester United in the next six months but anything after that is uncertain.

The 25-year-old has been limited to just 11 appearances under David Moyes and hasn’t been getting the game time he would have wanted this season.

Although Hernandez has yet to cut a frustrated figure in public, his agent has told ESPN that he has held talks with multiple clubs already about Chicharito.

He said: “Personally I have had meetings with some clubs. I will not give the names or numbers but I have met several and they have been very, very interested in him.

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“Among them are one of the top ten clubs in the world. There was a club in Germany, one in France, two clubs in Spain and two in Italy who were interested in Chicharito.

“Nevertheless, there is a contract with Manchester United and I respect that if an agreement is reached between the parties.”

However, Hernandez’s agent refused claims that discussions with other clubs meant he was unhappy in Manchester and stated that it was simply a case of keeping his options open.

When further questioned about the long-term future of Chicharito at United, Hernandez made it clear that he felt that the Mexican could leave in the summer.

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He added: “I could not answer for sure. Why? Football is dynamic and what we now have as a situation can change tomorrow.

“I can not say that there is something concrete to after six months. However, expect him to have minutes already after the World Cup. God will say what steps to follow. Javier is a highly sought after player. He wants to peak at Brazil 2014.”

Hernandez has regressed this year as a consequence of his flailing confidence and the improved first touch he showed last season has reverted back to the donkey touch he first arrived with.

As a consequence, Hernandez doesn’t suit playing as a lone striker which means he doesn’t fit David Moyes’ tactics and that is the main reason why we may see our Little Pea leave in the summer.

Image: Twitter/laaficion

Thanks to @DuncanTucker for the information

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