Javier Hernandez’ future at Manchester United is in doubt but the Mexican has three offers on the table from Liverpool, Juventus and Inter Milan.
The striker spent all of last season on loan at Real Madrid and scored seven goals in 23 appearances for the club, one of which was an important goal which helped his side defeat Atletico Madrid in the quarter-finals of the Champions League.
The first possibility that AS mention is Liverpool, who have recently tied up a deal for Brazilian Roberto Firmino, but would Van Gaal really sell a player to United’s bitter rivals? It seems somewhat unlikely.
The next option could be Inter Milan. Inter are currently restructuring their squad under Roberto Mancini. They have already spent over €50 million on Geoffrey Kondogbia, Xherdan Shaqiri, Jeison Murillo and Davide Santon but could finance the deal with the sale of Mauro Icardi.
Double winners Juventus are also named as an option for Chicharito and after their superb season last year, that would be a great move for the Mexican.
Hernandez has given United fans some great memories during his time at the club but a permanent move away this summer looks like an inevitability, although it isn’t yet known where he will move.