The Mexico international was reduced to the role of a bit-part player last season at Old Trafford under the ex-Everton man, playing second-fiddle to Robin Van Persie, Wayne Rooney and Danny Welbeck. The emergence of Adnan Januzaj and the signing of Juan Mata means there are even more places up for grabs in attack, and new Red Devils chief Louis Van Gaal could allow Hernandez to move on as he cannot guarantee the former Guadalajara star first-team football. The 26-year-old striker is wanted by both Arsenal and Spurs, but there is also interest from the continent, namely Inter Milan and Real Madrid.
Javier Hernandez blasts Man Utd for a 'lack of faith' as Arsenal and Tottenham ready bids
The Express | Jun 26