Javier Hernandez Transfer Rumours: Latest News on the Manchester United Star
Javier Hernandez is yet to score with Manchester United as the transfer rumours continue to grow.
The last time Hernandez found the back of the net was in October, when the Red Devils faced Norwich in a Capital One Cup match, which marks his longest scoring drought since he joined the team in 2010.
Let's take a look at the hottest buzz around him.
—LAST UPDATE: Thursday, January 2—
Arsenal Ready to Make Millionaire Bid
Thursday, January 2
Hernandez has been constantly linked to Arsenal and Caughtoffside's Nathan James reports that the Gunners are ready to offer £15 million to Manchester United for the Mexican striker.
Arsenal need more options in the attacking zone. Olivier Giroud has been in charge of that line but he is clearly worn-out; the France international will miss at least two games due to an ankle injury.
This could be the perfect opportunity for the Gunners to seal the deal.
Chicharito Is Ready to Tackle 2014
Tuesday, December 31
Hernandez told MUTV that he feels that the Red Devils are on their way to turning things around and it may all be because of luck:
We're creating chances and scoring goals like the last one against Norwich when we had a little bit of luck.
Chicharito has had more playing time after Robin van Persie got injured, however he is still waiting for his big break as a starter.
David Moyes Wants Hernandez to Stay
Monday, December 23
David Moyes denied that he is looking to bring another striker to Old Trafford.
Joe Bernstein of the Daily Mail reports that the Manchester United coach is satisfied with his attacking line, which includes Hernandez.
After a 3-1 win over West Ham, in which Chicharito played 37 minutes, Moyes hinted that the Mexican is not going anywhere.
Chicharito's Agent Denies Exit Rumours
Monday, December 23
According to Goal.com, Chicharito's manager Eduardo Hernandez (not related) met with some of United's heavyweights to talk about the Mexican's future with the club.
With the World Cup closer than ever, Hernandez needs as many minutes as he can get if he wants to be considered by El Tri coach Miguel Herrera.
The agent spoke with Mexican media about the meeting:
They confirmed that there has been interest from some European clubs, but that they aren't planning to let him go...They are aware that he hasn't played much, but little by little he'll integrate more.