Manchester United striker Javier Hernandez's agent says he has received no concrete offers for his client. Chicharito, aged 25, is widely expected to leave Old Trafford this summer, with Serie A giants Inter Milan reportedly at the front of the queue to sign him. But his agent Eduardo Hernandez says the Inter links are just [.
Manchester United striker Javier Hernandez has revealed he is looking forward to getting a game with Mexico because first team opportunities are so scarce at his club. The 25-year-old says United boss David Moyes doesn't take him into account when it comes to United team selection. Mexico face Nigeria in a friendly this evening and [.
Manchester United's players have been posting photos to their social media accounts during their Champions League travels. Goalkeeper David De Gea posed for a photo with Javier Hernandez and wrote: "Champions League time!! Let's go to Greece." Wingers Ashley Young and Antonio Valencia also uploaded a photo, with Young commenting: "On the way to Greece!
Mexico manager Miguel Herrera claims Javier Hernandez has become frustrated at Manchester United since David Moyes took charge. Chicharito met up with his national team boss on Saturday evening and Herrera has not exactly been discreet about what was on the agenda. He told Raza Deportiva: "Chicharito is frustrated because the current manager is [.
Javier Hernandez stirred things up at Manchester United as if they needed stirring up with a strange post to his Instagram account yesterday. Following the 2-2 draw at home to Fulham, Chicharito uploaded a photo of himself accompanied by a message suggesting that all is not well at Old Trafford. He wrote: "The [.
Chicharito wants to leave Manchester United should he? - originally posted on Soccerlens.com
Reports in the British press this morning are suggesting that Manchester United forward Javier Hernandez has become frustrated with his lack of first-team football at Old Trafford, and wants a move elsewhere this January.
Manchester United striker to be involved in swap deal for Guarin? - originally posted on Soccerlens.com
According to reports in Italy, Inter Milan are keen to offload Fredy Guarin to Manchester United but in return want Red Devils' striker Javier Hernandez.
Back in December, The Daily Telegraph writer Mark Ogden reported that Inter Milan were planning to exploit Manchester United's interest in midfielder Fredy Guarin, by pursuing a potential move for striker Hernandez.
Possible Manchester United Starting Line-Up Against Swansea - originally posted on Soccerlens.com
Manchester United will take on Swansea City at the Old Trafford on Sunday in the 3rd Round of the FA Cup tie, where David Moyes will be looking to rotate his squad to good effect as busy festive period begins to take its toll.
Manchester United Latest: Javier Hernandez Out, Mateo Kovacic In? - originally posted on Soccerlens.com
According to Turin based newspaper La Stampa, Inter Milan could be willing to sell one of their prized assets Mateo Kovacic to Manchester United, should they land Red Devil's striker Javier Hernandez as a part of the deal.
Arsenal latest: Wenger to choose between three Premier League hitmen? - originally posted on Soccerlens.com
Arsenal are set for a very busy January transfer window, with Arsene Wenger reportedly set to choose between three Premier League strikers, with the Gunners looking to add attacking reinforcement to their squad.
Manchester United midfielder/forward Wayne Rooney is a doubt for the New Year's Day match against Tottenham Hotspur after not training on Tuesday. Rooney is currently experiencing a groin injury that could rule him out of the Wednesday match at Old Trafford (scheduled for 12:30pm ET on NBCSN, for viewers in the United States).
Javier Hernandez's agent says Manchester United will not sell the Mexican striker in January. Chicharito has been linked with moves away from Old Trafford where he currently finds himself well down the pecking order. Indeed, he retweeted transfer speculation suggesting he would leave the club from his official Twitter account.
Liverpool want Â£12m winger after secret trip; Moyes intent on signing and selling stars - originally posted on Soccerlens.com
Liverpool boss Brendan Rodgers is gearing up for a busy January if reports are to be believed, with the 40-year-old making the trip to Germany last week to watch two of Europe's finest young talents in action.
Last season, fixtures against Aston Villa provided plenty of memorable moments for Manchester United. In November, trailing 2-0 at Villa Park after a dreadful first 50 minutes, United produced a typical Fergiesque comeback, with Javier Hernandez scoring two and forcing an own goal, as the Reds emerged with a 3-2 victory.
Chelsea eye Â£15m move for Italian star, Manchester United midfielder face exit door in January - originally posted on Soccerlens.com
It seems like it will be a busy January transfer window for Chelsea. Jose Mourinho is looking to bring a central defender to bolster his squad and according to reports from Daily Mirror, the Portuguese is keen to land Inter Milan and Italy defender Andrea Ranocchia in January.
Possible Manchester United Starting Line-Up Against Leverkusen - originally posted on Soccerlens.com
Manchester United will travel to Germany to face Bayer Leverkusen in the Champions League Group A tie, where a victory for David Moyes' team would guarantee a position in the next rounds of this competition.
On this week's podcast: Should he stay or should he go his name is Chicharito, American football at the youth level is shrinking what does this mean for soccer in America, MLS "football" pitches, and old rivals at it again predictions for Arsenal's visit to Old Trafford this Sunday.
The future of Manchester United striker Javier Hernandez has been heavily speculated in recent weeks. His international teammate, Carlos Vela suggested that Hernandez should consider moving from Manchester United in order to play regularly.
The Mexican will find no shortage of takers due to his impressive goals/game ratio.
It's always good to know that your friends will have your back, no matter what, and Man United's third/fourth choice striker, Javier Hernandez probably knows this well.
The striker's Mexican teammate, Carlos Vela (who snubbed the national team because of an ongoing feud since March 2011 but recently accepted a call-up again, phew) has shown support for Chicharito, who has not received much game time at Man United.
Frustrated Man Utd star determined to leave in January: Round-Up - originally posted on Soccerlens.com
In the past one week there are flurry of transfer reports being covered surrounding Manchester United. New manager David Moyes failed to make a bright impression in his first transfer window and the Scot will be looking to make amends in the January transfer window.
Javier Hernandez remains as one of the mysteries at Manchester United. The striker has one of the best goals/game ratio amongst the strikers playing for the top English clubs. He has scored 54 goals in 125 matches (even this ratio is down largely due to a poor 2011-12 season) and it is impressive considering that a large portion of them came on while playing as a substitute.
Juan Mata, Robin van Persie, Javier Hernandez, Phil Neville, Adnan Januzaj, Rio Ferdinand, Shinji Kagawa and Alexander Buttner posted pictures of themselves with Diego Maradona on their Instagram accounts.
The tide is turning in Manchester for David Moyes as he saw his side beat Stoke City 2-0 to reach the League Cup semi-finals on Wednesday. That is three wins in a week for United, in three different competitions, with three clean sheets.
In the night's other game, firing Andre Villas-Boas did nothing to life the gloom surrounding Tottenham Hotspur as they could not hold onto a one goal lead and lost 2-1 at home to West Ham United.
A trip to Stoke on a, presumably, cold Wednesday night in December is nobody's idea of glamour, but tonight's Capital One Cup quarterfinal at the Britannia could prove to be a lot more important than it would have in seasons gone by, where the League Cup was the least important competition of the season.
Major League Soccer has been rocked (for better or worse, tbd) with the recent extravagant signings of big name players, and now the waters are stirring with news of Mexico's Javier Hernandez looking to find a new soccer home after this current season in the English Premier League. Could MLS be a destination, or even, *gasp*, Dallas?
In a match where they needed all three points to keep up the pace in this year's race for the top spot in the English Premier League, Chelsea delivered a monstrous blow to Manchester United's dreams of a title defense and perhaps a spot in next season's Champions League.