The agent of Javier Hernandez has indicated he will not be at Manchester United next summer, according to Univision Deportes.
Hernandez recently returned to Old Trafford following a disappointing loan spell at Real Madrid.
Carlo Ancelotti barely used the Mexican over the course of the campaign, instead preferring the likes of Cristiano Ronaldo and Karim Benzema.
United are willing to listen to offers for Hernandez and have lowered their asking price in order to attract interest from clubs across Europe.
Eduardo Hernandez, who represents the striker, also suggested Hernandez is open to a move to the MLS.
Although he has gone through a tough time of late there is no doubt that the player is too good to play in the United States.
At 27-years-old, Hernandez still has a lot to give. He may not get the opportunity to do that at United but any club who brings him in is practically guaranteeing at least 15 goals a season. The majority of United fans will wish him the best of luck in the future.