Javier Hernandez will reject offers from the MLS this summer in order to remain in Europe, according to the Telegraph’s Mark Ogden.
Manchester United are ready to listen to offers for the striker following a failed loan spell at Real Madrid this season.
Newly-formed MLS franchise Orlando City had enquired about the availability of Hernandez as they wanted him to play alongside former Brazil midfielder Kaka.
However, 26-year-old Hernandez is reluctant to play in the United States in what would be his peak years as a footballer.
On the pitch, Hernandez was always hard working and never gave up for United, so it is no surprise to see him doing the same off it as it is in his character.
Hernandez would be a genuine superstar in the MLS as he would have the Mexican fanbase but Chicharito is clearly in no rush to stop playing top level football.
It is a shame to see him doing so poorly at Madrid but in reality he was never going to feature much in front of players such as Karim Benzema and Cristiano Ronaldo.
The Mexican remains a quality player and will undoubtedly score goals wherever he ends up. Hopefully he will be more appreciated at his new club after he said his confidence had hit “rock bottom” at Madrid.