Former Manchester United star Javier Hernandez has hinted he could leave Bayer Leverkusen amid interest from Arsenal, according to reports from the Metro.
Hernandez left the Red Devils this past summer after being told he was surplus to requirements at Old Trafford, with Leverkusen spending £8.75million to facilitate the transfer.
However, the Mexico international proved doubters in Manchester wrong by being in the form of his life in the Bundesliga, scoring an incredible 19 goals in 25 games for his club.
And his performances have not gone unnoticed by Europe’s elite, but it’s Man United’s rival Arsenal that seem most keen on his signature.
But, the 27-year-old will be unable to join the Gunners this month as he has already been involved with two teams this term, yet he hinted that a summer switch may be on the cards.
“We’ll see you never know what happens,” said Hernandez.
“I’m glad and happy to be part of this great club. In this sport, it does not matter whether you sign a contract for ten years or ten times prolong by one year. In six months, everything can again be different.
“You look at my last three years in which I have played for Real Madrid, Manchester United and now Leverkusen. It is my goal now to play a very good second half.’”
United have recently been bashed for their boring brand of football, with manager Louis van Gaal under intense pressure to hold on to his job.