On-loan Manchester United striker Javier Hernandez is believed to not part of Louis van Gaal’s future plans at the club and will likely be sold after he completes his duties with Real Madrid, Express reports.
Having found it hard to break into the first team, the 26-year-old was eventually loaned out by United on deadline day and even though he found himself on the bench at his new side, he has already netted two goals in four appearances.
He knew his future at Old Trafford was under threat when Van Gaal made a move for Radamel Falcao, with Danny Welbeck also feeling the pressure for striking places, hence his move to rivals Arsenal.
The Mexican international is now likely to be sold to a number of interested clubs, with Bayern Munich. Tottenham Hotspur, and Roma all rumoured to be after him.
With a chance to showcase his display in the La Liga, the Red Devils will be hoping they can make a profit from his potential sale given he can continue to impress for his side.