Manchester United boss Louis van Gaal has hinted that he’s ready to give Javier Hernandez another chance.
The Mexican forward has been agitating for a move away from Old Trafford in recent times, with former boss David Moyes having used him infrequently last term.
Despite his irregular playing time, Chicharito still travelled to the World Cup where he spoke to the press of his desire to play more often and possibly away from United.
Valencia and Inter Milan are thought to be keen, while speculation has also linked Tottenham and Arsenal with the penalty-box predator.
When asked about Hernandez’s future, van Gaal suggested that he will be given a chance to impress him during pre-season:
“I have to see if he performs how I want.” He is quoted by the Daily Star.
“Now I can only see what he has showed under the guidance of another coach.
“He will arrive this evening and I will meet him, we will train and after that he will perform in a match and then I can say something about that.”
Hernandez signed for United in 2010 from Chivas Guadalajara and has notched an impressive 50 goals in the iconic red shirt.