Runme – Manchester United striker Javier Hernandez could be on his way out of Old Trafford this summer with seven clubs eyeing the future of the attacker, who is not having a very good season on loan with Real Madrid, more about Javier Hernandez on Runeme.com.
The Mexican was not utilised much by David Moyes last season, and was not in the immediate plans of incoming manager Louis van Gaal after pre-season with Chicharito making two appearances for United; the 2-1 home defeat to Swansea City and the humiliating 4-0 defeat away to MK Dons in the second round of the Capital One Cup.
Just over a fortnight later, Hernandez made his Real Madrid debut after securing a season long loan deal, which makes you wonder why he chose the Spanish giants based on the fact there are many world-class players vying for starting places, with Hernandez no way near as prolific in-front of goal as French striker Karim Benzema.
Of course, Real Madrid would sign him purely to sell shirts bearing the strikers name in his native Mexico, which will be a top seller, as Manchester United shirts bearing the name ‘Chicharito’ were a top seller when the Mexican signed for the club in the summer of 2010, just before the FIFA World Cup in South Africa.
Hernandez shot to fame in his debut season at United, scoring 20 goals in 45 appearances, playing in 75% of the clubs fixtures. During the 2011/12 season, the Mexican scored only 12 goals in 36 appearances, playing in 66% of the clubs fixtures, which is a decline from his debut season.
However, in the 2012/13 season, Sir Alex Ferguson’s final season and also the season United won their twentieth league title, Hernandez scored 18 goals in 36 appearances, again appearing in 66% of the clubs fixtures that season, even after the arrival or summer marquee signing Robin van Persie, who scored 30 goals that season in all competitions.
During David Moyes’ only season in charge of United, Hernandez fell down the pecking order, scoring nine goals in 35 appearances (which was 63% of the clubs fixtures that season), one less that the previous two seasons, but he only started in 12 matches, 10 short of the previous two seasons. ell.