Both Valencia and Juventus have been credited with bids for Manchester United’s Javier Hernandez this week but they are not the only possible destinations for Chicharito if he leaves Old Trafford this summer.
Now, Gianluca di Marzio has reported that Real Madrid are very keen to take Hernandez on a season long loan with an option to buy and want to enter negotiations with United.
Chicharito looks very likely to leave United before the window closes on 1 September and it’s no surprise to hear that a host of top European clubs want to sign him. The striker may be in poor form but he is still one of the best natural finishers in the game.
A move away is the best option for Chicharito this year given that his game time will be very limited at United but for the same reason, Juventus and Real Madrid would be strange moves.
Both Juventus and Madrid already boast a strong strike-force so Chicharito may find himself in a similarly frustrating situation with a lack of game time if he moved to either club. Whereas, he’d be a regular starter at Valencia.
Chicharito’s future is in his hands. Louis van Gaal has made it clear the players who will leave United in the next 48 hours will make their own choices and with plenty of clubs interested in him, Little Pea won’t be short of options.