Javier Hernandez has put Arsenal and Tottenham on red-alert by taking a dig at former Manchester United David Moyes for a ‘lack of faith’.
The Mexican was reduced to a rotation player role last season under David Moyes, playing second fiddle to Robin van Persie and Wayne Rooney. Also, the signing of Juan Mata and the emerging of Adnan Januzaj means there is more compeition for the places in attack, meaning new boss Louis van Gaal could move Hernandez on.
The striker is wanted by both Arsenal and Spurs, but there is also interest from European giants such as Inter Milan and Real Madrid.
He has often exprerssed his frustrated by being on the bench more often than not, and now a summer move seems even more likely after admitting that the last season left him low on confidence.
He said: “This whole year has been very tough. Players need confidence more than anything else, and I’ve been very short of it.
By Ben Kelly
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