Manchester United have been blasted for their treatment of Javier Hernandez by Mexico coach Miguel Herrera, Express reports.

The Mexican striker is frustrated at being labelled a ‘super-sub’ and recently expressed his desire to leave Old Trafford.

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‘Chicarito’ is looking to move on in search of regular playing time, with Arsenal, Tottenham Hotspur, and Southampton all considering a bid for the player.

And now Mexico coach Herrera has slammed Manchester United for not using the most out of his talent, making it difficult for the 26-year-old to play consistently for his national side.

“Chicharito had a difficult year because he had a different coach to the one that brought him to the club,” he said.

“That coach [Sir Alex Ferguson] left and he had another one [David Moyes]. But he has an impressive market in Europe and I believe he has huge possibilities to be part of another team, being one of the starting players.”

Along with the Premier League trio, ‘Chicarito’ has also been linked with a move to Italy, where Inter Milan have enquired about his services.