Mexico boss blasts Manchester United over treatment of striker

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.