Manchester United striker Javier Hernandez will be on his way out of the club at the end of the season even if current on-loan striker Falcao doesn’t make his move permanent, report The Telegraph.
United have a £43.2m option to sign the Colombian from Monaco in the summer and letting the striker return to France would leave the club with just three strikers.
Hernandez, who joined Real Madrid on loan before Falcao was brought in, has started just one league game for the La Liga giants and with seemingly no future at Old Trafford, the Mexican could be out permanently come the summer.
He started the opening game of the season against Swansea but carried on where he left off under David Moyes in unimpressive form.
Despite good form during his first season at Old Trafford after arriving from Chivas in Mexico, Hernandez has fallen off the footballing map, regularly being on the bench for United and now Madrid.
It looked like a renaissance for the popular striker when he came off the bench to score two stunning goals on his debut for Carlo Ancelotti’s side but he has rarely featured since.
However, like several other players who will return from loans in the summer, Hernandez appears to have no future at Old Trafford under Van Gaal.