Manchester United and Mexico forward Javier ‘Chicharito’ Hernandez could be on the move this summer.

Hernandez, 26, became a bit-part player at Old Trafford last season. Even his usual predatory performances off the bench became more limited during David Moyes’ time in charge.

According to several reports, including this one from British tabloid The Sun, Inter are desperate to land a new striker ahead of the new season. Hernandez scored once for Mexico at the World Cup, netting in their crucial group stage victory against Croatia, but didn’t start regularly for Miguel Herrera’s side. Last season in all competitions the Mexican striker scored nine times for the Red Devils but netted just four times in the Premier League. That is by far his worst return since arriving from Chivas in 2010.

Reporters asked new United boss Louis van Gaal about Hernandez’s future on Tuesday and the Dutchman had the following to say.