Manchester United Football Club allowed Javier Hernandez to leave Old Trafford over the summer, much to the annoyance of the majority of the fans. The Mexican was always a favourite amongst the crowd, and now he is doing the business out in Germany for Bayer Leverkusen.
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Manchester United were given a major lift when David de Gea returned to action after many thought that he’d switch the red of Old Trafford for the white of the Bernabeu, but the deal fell through and the Spaniard remained in Manchester.
Manchester United let Javier Hernandez go after a successful four years at Old Trafford on deadline day, with the Mexican seeking a new challenge after failing to impress Louis van Gaal during his time in charge so far.
Manchester United Football Club are clearly in for a hectic last couple of days of the transfer window, with no fewer than three players set to seal moves away before the deadline at 6pm tomorrow. One of those is Javier Hernandez, who has been spotted in a German airport as his move to Bayer Leverkusen looms.
Manchester United’s Javier Hernandez had a poor start to his season when he came on as a substitute against Club Brugge in Belgium in the midweek. As he missed a penalty due to a slip and squandered another superb chance late on.
Manchester United Football Club have had a mixed transfer window, with Louis van Gaal clearly solving the midfield problem, but the striker issue still remains as we go into the final hours before the summer deadline slams shut until January.
Manchester United have had a semi-sucessful transfer window up until this point, with Louis van Gaal sorting out the midfield, but the defence still remains an issue as does up front.
Javier Hernandez burst on the scene in his debut season, scoring goals for fun as he really gained that ‘fox in the box’ reputation. Sadly since then it has been all downhill for the talented Mexican, but it looked as though he had been given a second chance by Louis van Gaal.
Manchester United boss Louis Van Gaal has had a change of heart regarding Javier Hernandez’s future at Old Trafford after admitting that he will now give the Mexican a chance to prove himself after the departure of Van Persie.
Manchester United made the £6million swoop for Javier Hernandez in 2010, and the Mexican hit man really fired on all fronts during his first couple of seasons at Old Trafford. But since then, Chicharito has struggled to break into the team.