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Hernandez unhappy and wants out


Hernandez 25, nicknamed Little Pea has become increasingly frustrated of late with his role of impact sub at Manchester United and with the deal for Juan Mata expected to be completed at some point today, the Mexican striker nicknamed ‘Little Pea’ may well be allowed to leave the club this transfer window. 

Javier Hernandez was signed by Alex Ferguson in the summer of 2010 and went on to score 20 goals in his debut season but being behind Rooney, Van Persie and welbeck in terms of first team selection Hernandez has been limited to only 81 starts in 140 appearances scoring 57 times. Last season Javier Hernandez played in only 9 of Manchester Uniteds League games starting less than half of Uniteds games for the season, and the Carling Cup exit at the hands of Sunderland which was infact Javiers first start this year for United, a game that only went to penalties because of his last gasp goal in extra time, its not surprising the little Mexican striker could be loooking to leave. With the World Cup later on this year Hernandez fears the lack of first team action could seriously damage his chances of going with the Mexican team.

Theres sure to be a long list of clubs wanting 15,000,000 rated striker, with Inter milan keen to express an interest and seems clubs could be clear to discuss any potential deal once the business of the Juan Mata transfer is tied up. The deal for the Chelsea playmaker was expected to be completed yesterday but was held up while Chelsea secured the signature of Egyptian winger Mohamed Salah 21, from swiss side basel for 11million as the Spaniard’s replacement.


Written by W.Cutmore

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