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The Javier Hernandez saga continues. As his confidence continues to wane seeing less and less time on the pitch for United, he could see his spot as a starter for El Tri begin to be threatened.
Hernandez needs to move in order to get more playing time and, more importantly, regain confidence.
The former Chivas man is productive despite his limited minutes. If there is a player who learned to maximise his minutes, it's Hernandez after scoring five goals this season.
There was rumored interest in Valencia for Chicharito, with Argentine international Ever Banega heading in the opposite direction according to Tom Hopkinson of the Sunday People (via the Mirror).
Coach Miguel Herrera will keep a watchful eye on all things not occurring at Old Trafford, be assured of that. If he sees that the fifth-leading scorer in Mexican national team history is not up to par, he will have other options that he will go to. He would not think twice to select Oribe Peralta and Raul Jimenez knowing they both have responded under his brief tenure.
Also, there is an outside possibility of Real Sociedad man Carlos Vela looking to rejoin the Mexican national team after his self-imposed hiatus.
Obviously the first two players will be in the mix, but if Vela returns, Chicharito could be watching the World Cup from the bench or maybe from his living room.