Javier Hernandez, Fabio da Silva and club captain Nemanja Vidic could all be heading out of Old Trafford in the near future, reports the Daily Star.

Hernandez, 25, is now in the peak of his career and has admitted that leaving Manchester United may be the only solution to get the best out of himself in his golden years.

The Mexican striker was an instant hit with the United fans in his first season; scoring twenty goals in 45 appearances which helped United win their 19th league title in 2011, but, despite netting eighteen goals last season, Chicharito has only featured in four games (two being in the league) under Moyes this term scoring one goal, the winner against Liverpool in the Capital One Cup.

Fabio who was on a season long loan deal with QPR last season said that he may go back to his native Brazil if something were to be agreed, and with it being a World Cup year, where the host nation is Brazil, Fabio will be desperate to play some games to impress Brazil boss, Luis Felipe Scolari to make the final 23.

“I think I might leave. I want to be happy. I want to play. I want to be close to my family. I may go back to Brazil. I’m checking with the manager to see what is best for me,” Fabio said.

Club captain Nemanja Vidic has attracted interest from current Italian champions Juventus, but the Red Devils are confident that the Serb will sign a new deal soon. Vidic has only played twenty-five league games in the last two seasons, but, has featured in all but one league game this season under Moyes.

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